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St. George’s college student hospitalized

Posted: March 30, 2012

A second form student of St George's College in Kingston is recuperating at hospital, after being hit in the head during an altercation two days ago.

The incident reportedly took place around 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon.

Initial reports suggested that the boy was attacked by students of Kingston College and was champs related.

However, principal at the institution Margaret Campbell has dismissed the report, saying the injured boy was on his way home from school, when the incident happened.

She adds that the thirteen year old boy, who underwent surgery yesterday is recovering well.

The school's principal praised members of the police force, who she says have ensured that order is maintained.

Mrs. Campbell adds that the police are working with both schools to resolve the matter.

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