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Long Island school damaged during Sandy closed again
LAWRENCE (WABC) -- A high school on Long Island damaged during Superstorm Sandy is once again closed and will remain so for two months.
An emergency meeting was held at Lawrence Middle School Tuesday night to discuss the conditions at the high school.
The high school reopened recently after it was deemed safe.
Now with the school closed again because its electrical system needs repairing, students are being sent to other buildings.
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