CALGARY — St. Francis High School in northwest Calgary was evacuated on Wednesday after someone set off a smoke bomb in the school’s cafeteria.
The incident prompted a large response from several emergency crews, which also resulted in one person being arrested.
Police have made an arrest after a possible grad prank gone wrong. St. Francis High School was evacuated this afternoon after a smoke bomb went off in the cafeteria. No one was injured. Fire was on scene to clear the smoke. #yyc #calgary @660NEWS @citynewscalgary pic.twitter.com/irszz0KtT0
— Nick Blakeney (@CameraGuyNick) June 16, 2021
Callers told 660 NEWS that students were rushing out of the school after the smoke bomb was set off.
It’s possible the smoke bomb could be related to a senior grad prank at the school.
Nobody was injured in the incident.