3 Teens Arrested For Starting School Fire

WOODBURN, Ore. — Police have arrested three teens accused of setting a fire that destroyed part of Woodburn High School Friday.

The boys, who are all students at the school, reportedly started a fire that burned through the school’s wood and metal shops, The Associated Press reports. Sixty firefighters from a dozen agencies responded to the fire, and the school was evacuated.

The teens are accused of first-degree arson, reckless burning and reckless endangering.

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