Frozen pipes cause 'considerable' water damage at NHS

Cary Ashby • Jan 9, 2014 at 10:07 AM

Water which leaked from frozen pipes caused "considerable damage" Wednesday at Norwalk High School.

But despite the damage to the ceilings in the NHS and Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center main lobbies, school is on today.

Norwalk students have been out of school since Dec. 20, due to a two-week winter break and then three straight calamity days due to adverse weather.

"Between the fire department and the custodial and maintenance staff led by Dustin Brown and Kelly Ross, they did an incredible job," Norwalk City Schools Superintendent Dennis Doughty said.

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