10 Kids Taken To Hospital In Rash Breakout At Tulsa School
TULSA, Oklahoma - A Tulsa charter school has been evacuated due to an "unidentified rash that is rapidly spreading," according to the College Bound Academy Facebook page.
The post said they need all scholars picked up immediately.
Ten children in one classroom were taken to St. Francis.
EMSA confirmed they transported nine students to the hospital.
Executive Director Chelsea Vanacore said hazmat said nothing was airborne. They said it could have been too strong of a cleaning solution or even cologne that was aggravating.
In a post on it's Facebook page, the school said class would be in session Friday.
College Bound Academy is a tuition free, public charter school located in east Tulsa, focused on preparing K-4 scholars for college. It's located at 2525 S. 101st East Ave - west of Highway 169 between 21st and 31st.
A parent sent us photos of emergency vehicles responding to the school.