Teens arrested in LI elementary school fire
WEST HEMPSTEAD (WABC) -- Two teenagers have been arrested in the devastating arson that damaged a Long Island elementary school.
The 14- year-old boys are charged with fourth-degree arson.
The annex of the George Washington Elementary School in West Hempstead went up in flames Monday night.
The school superintendent, John Hogan, suffered a heart attack at the scene, but is said to be alert and resting in the hospital.
The school is set to open in September.
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