UPDATE: Classes will resume Wednesday at a Sioux City elementary school after a broken pipe broke caused some flooding.
Sioux City Community School District officials say Perry Creek Elementary School on Tuesday was evacuated due to a broken pipe, which they say was likely caused due to the extreme cold conditions in Sioux City.
Officials say classes will resume at their normal time at the school on Wednesday, as the area impacted has been cleanup up, and the school is safe and fully functional.
SIOUX CITY (KTIV) - Students at a Sioux City elementary school are being evacuated after school district officials say a pipe broke that has caused some flooding.
Sioux City Fire Rescue is currently at Perry Creek Elementary in Sioux City. School district officials the pipe burst likely due to the severe cold temperatures outside.
Dsitrict officials say students are safe and warm inside the gymnasium, where fire officials said they could be.
Parents have been notified of the situation, and are being asked to pick up their children through the bus line at the school.