Several students reported feeling lightheaded after a teacher at a San Carlos school combined several chemicals in class, resulting in a strong odor, San Diego Fire-Rescue officials (SDFD) said.
SDFD's Hazmat unit responded to Pershing Middle School, located at 8204 San Carlos Drive, at approximately 11:45 a.m. as a precaution for an odor investigation.
A teacher reportedly combined several chemicals, which created a strong odor.
Several students reported feeling lightheaded as a result, and the classroom was evacuated and vented.
No one was injured or transported.
The odor has since dissipated.