By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – South Philadelphia High School students attended class virtually on Friday after days of brown water. The Philadelphia Home and School Council provided video shot by a student on Thursday. It shows brown water coming out of a sink spout at the school.

South Philadelphia High School Goes Virtual Friday After Brown Water Issue At Building

The district said a waterline repair near the school caused low pressure.

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The president of the Philadelphia Home and School Council expressed outrage that the district didn’t close the building sooner.

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She wrote, “Under no circumstances should students and staff been left in a building with overflowing brown water that contained fecies and/or brown particles.”

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