Parents of students at Georgia's Free Home Elementary School weren't happy to see a Jeep parked so that it blocked a school exit door. They were even less happy to find out the vehicle belonged to the school's principal. Officials with the Cherokee County fire department weren't happy either. A fire department spokesperson said they shared their concerns with school officials. A school spokesperson says they have addressed the issue with the principal and it won't happen again.
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