A carbon monoxide leak in the cafeteria of a South Florida elementary school sent 11 people to the hospital early Monday.
The cafeteria was evacuated of workers and Miami-Dade Fire-Rescue was called in to investigate.
Officials said they found large levels of carbon monoxide in the cafeteria and cooking area, and that it was contained to only those areas.
No children were eating at the time or became sick, and school will stay in session throughout the day. The school plans on bringing in boxed lunches for the students, officials said.