Roads near Hilliard Bradley High School and Brown Elementary School were closed on Friday because of a hydraulic fuel leak.
According to school officials, students were continuing with their days despite the slick roads, officials said in a statement at about 12:30 p.m.
Officials said the fuel does not pose a health risk.
Parents picking up students could be affected by the following closures:
- Intersection of Walker and Davis roads is closed;
- Intersection of Roberts and Walker roads is closed on the south end;
- Intersection of Roberts and Alton Darby Creek roads is closed on the east side;
- Walker Road north of Hilliard Bradley High School is closed; and,
- Roberts Road east of Walker is closed.
Hilliard Bradley's dismissal schedule will be the following:
Due to the hydraulic fluid leak on Walker Road, we are adjusting our normal dismissal procedures for today, Friday September 6, 2013:
- Any student who drives or is picked up will be dismissed at 2:20 p.m. All vehicles must exit at the north end of the building (by the student parking lot closest to Davis Road).
- All students who ride buses will be dismissed at the normal time of 2:32 p.m. Please understand that buses may be running slightly behind schedule today.
Norwich Township Fire and Franklin County Engineer officials were working to clean up the spill.
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