In Sosnovoborsk Krasnoyarsk territory the police finds out circumstances of an injury from a school teacher. According to preliminary data, the teacher smashed his head thrown during an argument between fifth graders with a chair.

In a fit of anger 12-year-old boy threw a piece of furniture in your classmate, but missed and hit the teacher. A young woman was taken to hospital with concussion and a broken face. Later, the police interviewed the teacher, informs TV channel “prima” with reference to parents of pupils.

According to them, previously they’ve complained about the aggressive behavior of the student who threw the chair.

In a press-service GU MVD in Krasnoyarsk region have confirmed the fact of causing bodily injury to a teacher. The statement was reported to law enforcement agencies on 24 October. Currently on the given fact check is conducted in the framework which will determine, intentionally or not student threw a chair, according to Newslab.ru.

The teacher was sent for medical examination to establish the severity of his injuries. By results of check of the student can be put on record and to prosecute his parents.

Add that on 9 October in Krasnoyarsk 13-year-old student stabbed his former classmate. The reason for the murder was a quarrel that arose because of the correspondence in the social network “Vkontakte”.

“It all started because of anime cartoons. Bet two boys: one said it was bad and a terrible cartoon, and the other denied,” – said in the press the background to the conflict. However, voiced and the other versions of the cause of the quarrel was made in social networks an insult to the class teacher or placed the victim in the social network song which contained offensive to women words.

It is already known that the Investigative Committee will not attract committed the murder of a school student N45 the court because he has not reached the age of criminal responsibility.



In the Krasnoyarsk territory 12-year-old student broke a chair the head teacher 28.10.2016

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