UPDATE 5/29/19 @ 3:57 p.m. - Riverside County Fire Department Hazardous Materials Team & Riverside County Environmental Health made entry into the classroom to check for the source of the odor. No source was detected and all readings were negative. All fire resources will be coming available shortly.
UPDATE 5/29/19 @ 3:25 p.m. - One patient has been transported to an area hospital by ground ambulance with minor symptoms. The four remaining patients were evaluated by paramedics on scene and further treatment was declined.
CAL FIRE/Riverside County Firefighters responded to a report of an unidentified odor in a classroom at River Springs Charter School, located at the 42000 block of Lyndie Lane in Temecula. The first arriving engine company reported evacuations in progress at the educational facility. The odor is confined to a single classroom that has been evacuated. There is a total of five juvenile patients with complaints of not feeling well. All five patients have a parent or guardian on scene and are being evaluated by paramedics. Riverside County Fire Department's Hazardous Materials Team, along with Riverside County Environmental Health is responding to the incident. Updates will be posted as information becomes available.