Hundreds of Norwalk students sent home due to faulty construction

Students showing up for classes at Kendall School in Norwalk were turned around Tuesday morning and sent back home while contractors battled a leaky roof. Norwalk Mayor Alex Knopp (D-Norwalk) says the contractor had been warned that the roof might fail. The contractor, Mon Pat of Queens, New York, did not return News 12 Connecticut's call.Kendall was one of eight schools in the district that received a new roof over the summer in a project that cost $4.9 million.Mayor Knopp said the contractor will be held responsible.

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