There were no civilian or firefighter injuries.

The third floor is a total loss. We're worried about the structural integrity.

We were there within six to seven minutes after we got the call. The students and faculty were already evacuated. We immediately called for mutual aid.

On the first floor, there were more classrooms and it sustained heavy water damage. There was about a foot of water that was on that floor. We pumped 85,000 gallons of water.

We had 50 firefighters on the ground and 17 fire trucks. We fought the fire for five hours. The third floor suffered extensive fire damage and is a total loss.

The investigation continues. ... There has been no final ruling.

It's looking like more of an electrical issue, but we are still waiting for the official word from the state fire marshal.

No conclusion has been reached ... there's still no word what caused this.

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