SAN ANTONIO — A grass fire led to the brief evacuation of students at South San High School Thursday afternoon.
The fire began across the street from South San High around 2:30 p.m. Thursday.
The school district tweeted that all students were evacuated as a safety precaution and were to be picked up at the South San Athletic Center.
The district also said the students were never in any danger. Video sent to KENS 5 by a student shows how close the grass fire was to the property; first responders quickly extinguished it upon arrival.
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