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P.T.A patrol member suffers broken back in brawl

Date Posted: 2002-11-15

A group of 15 junior high school students had been drinking and fighting in an elementary school building in Naha City late in the evening two weeks ago. As they were making plenty of noise, a nearby resident called the local P.T.A. patrol to come to investigate.

The P.T.A. sent a five-person team to the school where they discovered the group of boys and girls drinking and fighting. Despite the teams efforts to convince the mostly 15-year-olds go home, they refused and instead told the adults to leave them alone.

As one member of the team approached a 15-year-old girl, the girls attacked and pushed the man strongly. The P.T.A. member fell down and broke his back. The other members then called the police, but by the time the police patrol arrived the children had fled the scene.

A subsequent investigation found that all of the children were truants from the same school. The principal and teachers had visited their homes several times to discuss the problem with parents to no avail. Later, the girl who had pushed the P.T.A member went to see him in a hospital and apologized. The member is still hospitalized.

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