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January 8, 2014 at 6:34 AM

Drunken transient walks into Seattle school

The Associated Press

A transient who was very intoxicated walked into a Seattle elementary school Tuesday and was found inside a boys restroom.

In a letter to parents, Salmon Bay School said students were held in classrooms until police and paramedics arrived.

The school district told KING 5 the man entered through a door which is kept unlocked longer than other doors to accommodate students in wheelchairs.

The district says it’s reviewing security procedures.

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