WOODBURN, Ore. -- All students and staff were evacuated and no injuries were reported during a 4-alarm fire at Woodburn High School Friday morning.
The school will be closed at least through next week while crews inspect damage.
Initial reports indicated the fire began just after 9 a.m. in the wood shop or the nearby machine shop, according to Margarita Roberts of the Woodburn School District. There were no students or staff in either building.
Raw Video: Sky8 over the Woodburn High fire
Roberts said all students and staff were safely evacuated to the school's football field. The students were then taken to the main parking lot of the nearby Wellspring Health Center.
Parents were notified immediately of the fire and told the students were safe. They were also told they could pick up the students at Wellspring after 11.
Woodburn Police Sgt. Nick Wilson said at least five different fire agencies were still dedicating all their resources to battling the fire well into the afternoon.
Crews were mopping up hot spots at 2 p.m. and evaluating the smoke and water damage. Officials were not sure when students and staff would be able to return to the school.
Approximately 1,400 students attend the high school.
Watch live: Sky 8 over Woodburn HS fire