BREAKING: Firefighters Respond to Exposure Incident at High School (VIDEO)


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San Jose firefighters responded to an incident at a high school Wednesday afternoon, possibly involving some sort of exposure, where several students were treated for breathing problems, according to fire officials.

At least 11 students were being treated for respiratory issues, fire officials said. More students who left the campus are being asked to return for evaluation.

Aerial views of the incident show multiple emergency vehicles at the scene and people being treated in a cordoned off area. Exposed students were being hosed down for decontamination.

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At least two patients were seen being loaded onto gurneys.

According to the report, it is not clear what led to the breathing issues. Fire officials said the incident began inside a non-science classroom.

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