Fullerton Fire Department Stops Desk Fire Early In Morning
Fullerton police and fire departments are investigating a classroom fire at Fullerton Union High School early this morning as a suspected arson.
According to the Fullerton Fire Department report, firefighters responded to a fire alarm rang at 1:44 a.m. and saw a smashed glass door and smoke travelling throughout the campus. They saw a small fire on top of a desk and put it out quickly.
No structural damage occurred, though officials said that the classroom had obvious signs of vandalism to computers as well as a smashed trophy case.
Officials reported to ABC7 that there are no suspects at this time, and that the school has no surveilance cameras. Classes will continue as scheduled as the fire was restricted to a main office classroom, according to Fullerton Union High School Principal Rani Goyal.
The Fullertonian reached out to officials at the Fullerton Police Department and Fullerton Union High School for comment and will update as soon as more information is available.