SALT LAKE CITY -- Volunteers have removed graffiti from a vandalized playground at a school for deaf and blind students.
KTVX-TV reports the vandalism happened Monday at the Jean Massieu School of the Deaf and Blind in Salt Lake City, only a week before a planned ceremony to unveil the new playground.
Arco Packaging owner Ryan Roberts and his employees brought graffiti remover to the school Wednesday and removed the paint.
Roberts says he volunteered to help after seeing news reports and wanted to make sure the children had a playground they could enjoy.
Utah Department of Transportation employees and other volunteers also helped by donating time or money to the clean-up.