Three Lexington Schools Affected By Reported Police Standoff

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Updated: 10/18/2012 4:42 pm
The Fayette County School District says three schools took extra safety precautions Thursday afternoon in connection to a reported police standoff.

Investigators said the changes came as police surrounded a house in the Woodhill area.

The district says it contacted parents of children who live in the Woodhill and Osage Court area and are bused home from Edith J. Hayes Middle School, Henry Clay High School and Breckinridge Elementary School.

Parents of those students were being asked instead to pick up their children from school.

The district says other school buses ran as scheduled.
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