Agli scolari dell'Alaska è stato servito sigillante per pavimenti invece del latte in un programma di assistenza all'infanzia, compresa la presa di ostaggi del mese scorso

Dodici bambini delle scuole elementari hanno bevuto il sigillante per pavimenti credendo che fosse latte dopo che era stato servito agli studenti in un programma di assistenza all'infanzia a Juneau, Alaska, martedì, secondo il distretto scolastico.

Students in a summer care program at Sitʼ Eeti Shaanáx̱-Glacier Valley Elementary School began complaining that the milk they were served as part of the program’s breakfast tasted bad and was burning their mouths and throats, Juneau School District said in a statement Wednesday.
The breakfast was served onto trays by an outside contractor, NANA Management Services, a circa 8:45 a.m. on Tuesday and the children brought their trays to a cafeteria table to eat, the district statement said.
      After the children complained about the burning sensation, school district and NANA staffimmediately followed up by smelling/tasting the milk and looking at the container/label,” diceva la dichiarazione. “It was found that the ‘milkserved was actually a floor sealant resembling liquid milk. Staff immediately directed students to stop consuming the substance and removed it.
        The site manager for RALLY, the summer care program, contacted poison control and alerted parents, secondo la dichiarazione, e “all steps provided by poison control were carefully followed.
          RALLY provides state-licensed childcare for elementary students ages five through 12 and is a partnership with the Juneau School District, secondo the district website.
          One student received medical treatment at a nearby hospital, and two other students were picked up from the schooland may have gone to seek medical advice,” diceva la dichiarazione.
          The condition of those students and the remaining nine children was not included in the statement.
            An investigation into how the incident happened is ongoing and includes participation from the school district, NMS, the City and Borough of Juneau, and Juneau Police Department, secondo la dichiarazione, which did not specify who is leading the investigation.
            CNN has reached out to the Juneau School District, NMS and the Juneau Police Department for more information.

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