"The source of the problem has been fixed," said school administrator Donnie Pitts, referring to what appeared to be an intermittent carbon monoxide leak at Pleasant Hill Elementary School.

"The carbon monoxide detectors would go off, but finding the exact source of the problem was pesky," said Pitts, who said the problem was very intermittent.

"We were checking everything," said Pitts, who said a decision was made to replace a 100-gallon hot water heater located downstairs. "The problem was apparently somewhere inside the tank," he said.

Pitts was unable to confirm if teachers or students experienced symptoms from the leak, but he said he heard a teacher had some problems.

"Fortunately, nothing serious happened." he concluded.

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