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Student threw ‘boiling’ water in teacher’s face, but Boston school didn’t call 911

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A Boston public school teacher was hospitalized last week after a student threw ‘boiling’ water in her face and the school principal failed to call 911, a report says of the Boston Police Department.

The student was charged as a minor with aggravated assault after the May 5 incident at McKinley Middle School.

According to the police report obtained by Boston 25 News, the boy was trying to reheat ramen noodles in a school microwave and he tried to put a textbook with the noodles. The teacher told him not to do this and went to get the book, but the student took it back, according to the report.

The student then “threw his cup of boiling ramen noodles in his teacher’s face,” Boston police said.

The teacher later told police she was in “excruciating pain” and “the left side of her face, ear and eye were stinging”. But when the teacher went to see the school nurse, who treated her for burns, she was advised to see a doctor.

“It should be noted that the victim informed the school principal of the incident, the principal said he would call 911 but did not,” the police report said.

According to the police report, the teacher said she went to a local urgent care clinic and then told police she would go to her doctor to further assess the burns .

Boston 25 has contacted the Boston Public Schools Department for comment.

“This is an unfortunate incident that took place at the McKinley, and steps have been taken to ensure the safety of the staff member involved and appropriate interventions have taken place,” according to a statement from the spokesperson. Boston Public School.

Boston Police and Boston Security Services are investigating the incident.

Boston Public Schools is also investigating a separate incident involving the care of a student who suffered a medical episode on Thursday.

The mother of a 17-year-old boy told Boston 25 that her son’s school waited to call 911 when he had a stroke.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates as more information becomes available.

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