ALAMEDA, Calif. (KGO) -- The Alameda Unified School District voted unanimously to shut down Lum Elementary after a soil analysis found that the ground beneath the school could liquefy in a big earthquake, causing a collapse.
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Other reports dispute those findings.
The last day of school there will be June 8.
Alameda Unified votes unanimously to close Lum Elementary