Dallas High School Will Open Monday After Broken Pipe, Flooding

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DALLAS TOWNSHIP -- A high school will be open Monday after a pipe burst soaking classrooms in Luzerne County.

Some classrooms and lockers will be off limits at Dallas High School after that mess was made Saturday night.

Firefighters say when a hot water pipe broke, the water destroyed a section of the ceiling, flooding the second floor and leaking down to the first floor.

Crews at the school tell Newswatch 16 they worked on the clean-up all night here in Luzerne County.