Kennesaw Sate University public safety officials, Atlanta Gas and Cobb County firefighters are holding a large gas leak drill on campus.
Photo: Daniel Varnado
Photo: Daniel Varnado

Kennesaw State is running a gas leak drill on campus, so don’t panic

If there’s a bunch of intense hazardous material trucks Wednesday on the Kennesaw State University campus, don’t freak out.

KSU public safety officials, Atlanta Gas workers and Cobb County firefighters are holding a large gas leak drill on campus.

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Campus police didn’t give an exact time, but they said it’ll be going down in the morning.

There was an active shooter drill in the Bagwell Education Building on Friday.

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