SARANAC, N.Y. — According to the authorities, an argument on Wednesday resulted in a significant injury to a kid from Saranac Middle School.
According to a message that Superintendent Javier Perez of Saranac Central School sent home to parents, an unnamed kid suffered significant injuries after being assaulted by another student. The note was sent to parents.
The staff immediately segregated the student who was responsible for the assault while they waited for police enforcement and emergency personnel to arrive at the location.
MyNBC5 shared a tweet about the same incident on its Twitter handle:
Saranac Middle School student seriously injured during altercation, officials say https://t.co/7lGO9luQgE
— MyNBC5 (@MyNBC5) June 21, 2023
The nature of the injuries has not been confirmed as of the time this article was written by either school administrators or state police.
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To obtain additional information regarding the event, NBC5 has contacted state police and school officials.
While the injured student was cared for, the entire student body was instructed to take cover in the exact location.
There were no reports of any further injuries.
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