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District: Lockdown lifted at Greenville Co. schools after road rage incident

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Greenville County Schools said lockdowns at two schools have been lifted after a nearby road rage incident on Wednesday.

District spokesperson Beth Brotherton said Eastside High School and Brushy Creek Elementary were both on a brief partial lockdown due to the incident. Brotherton said the road rage was unrelated to the schools or students.

At the advisement of law enforcement, the schools locked exterior doors and kept students and faculty inside.

Brotherton said just before 1 p.m. normal operations had resumed.

A FOX Carolina crew on scene said three deputies were at Brushy Creek Elementary.

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