WARRENSVILLE HEIGHTS, Ohio - Lightning knocked out power to all but one school in Warrensville Heights on Tuesday. When the lights came back on, a small fire broke out at the high school's rec center.
The electrical fire broke out at 12:55 p.m. at Warrensville Heights High School's recreation center.
All students and staff were safely dismissed for the day.
According to school officials, the fire sparked after power was restored.
The school district said they alerted parents of the outage that left them without electricity and Internet for about an hour.
No one was hurt.
The only school not affected by the outage was John Dewey Elementary.
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