- Associated Press - Thursday, October 9, 2014

HIGHLANDS RANCH, Colo. (AP) - Students at two Denver-area schools are missing class because of problems in their buildings.

Students at Horizon High School in Thornton were sent home early Thursday because of a power outage there.

In Highlands Ranch, fumes from a malfunctioning floor cleaner led administrators to cancel classes at ThunderRidge High School. Students were first evacuated to the school’s football field as the building was ventilated. With heavy rain in the forecast, they were eventually sent home, getting an early start on fall break, which starts Friday.

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