Roofing material at Tennessee high school carries fire risk

04/8/2012 | Herald-Citizen (Cookeville, Tenn.)

The roof of Monterey High School in Tennessee could burst into flames because it is made of a combustible material known as cane fiber, according to a recent fire marshal's inspection. The school's roof should be replaced if the Putnam County School Board decides to preserve the building, according to John Magura, school maintenance supervisor.

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Herald-Citizen (Cookeville, Tenn.)

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