Pictured is Nathan Hale High School as it appeared on Dec. 21, 2012 after it went into lockdown due to student passing out bullets.
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TULSA - A toiletry item led to a Tulsa school evacuation Monday afternoon.
Students and faculty were ushered out of Nathan Hale High School Monday afternoon over fear of a possible chemical spill.
Those worries dissipated when the culprit was found to be a burning toilet paper roll, said Tulsa Public Schools spokeswoman Janice Jones.
The Tulsa Fire Department is investigating.
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