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Sirens at Gunn tonight???

Original post made by Mayfield Child, Green Acres, on Oct 24, 2008

Seems there were a rash of noise over at Gunn High tonight~ lots of sirens. Anyone know what was going on ??

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Posted by Me Tooh
a resident of Barron Park
on Oct 24, 2008 at 8:14 am

I heard them too. Gunn had the Night Rally last night, part of their Homecoming week, so there were lots of kids over there. Don't know if the sirens were related; my kid did not report any incidents at the event.

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Posted by Tom Jacoubowsky
a resident of Gunn High School
on Oct 24, 2008 at 9:55 am

There was a person who hyperventilated last night during the Night Rally and as a precaution the paramedics were called. The person was fine and did not have go to the hospital.

On another community note, we're asking that people refrain from going into the fenced off areas of our field construction project. We have numerous cases of people wandering through with their dogs. We will open up areas as soon as we can when the fields are finished, but for right now the fences are there for a reason and we ask that everybody respects the area.

Tom Jacoubowsky
Assistant Principal

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Posted by DrSkelDawg
a resident of Ventura
on Oct 24, 2008 at 12:08 pm

On another note, I think this week is rally week? There are groups of kids running around egging and flowering cars as a result. The police seemed to be chasing students all over the place last night. This is too bad, as there are real emergencies they could be attending to.

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