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    Teacher and Students Injured in Science Experiment

    Group of chemistry students working in laboratory Group of chemistry students working together in laboratory

    A middle school teacher and two of his students were injured in a science experiment on Monday afternoon. According to an official statement from a spokesperson from the Frisco School district, an eighth grader from Roach Middle School suffered first- and second-degree burns in the incident, while another student and the science teacher were treated for minor injuries at the scene.

    According to a Frisco city official, the Frisco Fire Department was called to the school just after 3:30 p.m. Firefighters reported that students were conducting a science experiment involving the burning of salts when a small flash fire occurred after a chemical reaction. The chemicals strontium chloride and methyl alcohol were used in combination with a stick lighter during what the district called a controlled experiment.

    Strontium chloride is used in fireworks to give off a red color during displays.

    Frisco city spokeswoman Dana Baird said there was no fire at the building, but school personnel evacuated the school. School officials have not yet released the name of the students or the teacher.

    Every year kids are hurt in school accidents. Accidents can happen to and from school as well as during intramural or other classroom activities. School districts have the responsibility to safeguard all students that are in their care during the class day. A school is duty-bound to provide a secure environment and appropriate adult supervision and safety. Most schools do this every day and do it very well. In spite of all of this, however, there are situations where students have suffered serious injuries because of accidents. These are not always because of negligence on the part of schools or their administrative and teaching staff. In such a situation, parents may seek the advice of a personal injury attorney.

    If your child has been injured in an incident or accident at school, you and your child could be entitled to compensation. Give our offices a call and speak to one of our experienced lawyers. They will listen to the details of your case and be able to tell you what your personal injury claim is really worth. After your child has seen a doctor and has been treated. Medical costs, long term rehabilitative physical and other care can add up. You and your child have rights to seek compensation. Your initial appointment with our lawyers is both confidential and without cost or obligation to you.

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