Four-Alarmer Damages Ore. High School, No Injuries

A four-alarm fire burned at a high school in Woodburn, Ore. Friday morning.

Damage to the central portion of the school appeared to be extensive, but all students and staff evacuated the school and there were no reports of injuries, according to KATU-TV.

A section of the center of the school's roof collapsed as firefighters battled the large blaze.

The news station reported that a huge column of smoke could be seen from miles away as the fire that was reported shortly before 9 a.m. burned.

About 1,400 students attend Woodburn High School, which is located about 30 miles south of Portland.