Shocking images capture the moment a female teacher of a hero acts like a human shield to protect a student against a pathogenic playground attack
- A female teacher greets a hero after she has protected a student from arguing
- Shocking images show teenage boys that they get a punch at school
- The teacher stepped in to protect the victim and was injured
- The 15-year-old victim was taken to the hospital with a few minor injuries
- The police are currently investigating the fight
A female teacher greets a hero after stepping into a fierce battle between students.
Footage shows two teenage boys who confront each other before they start throwing wild punches.
As the fight breaks out, the 37-year-old Thuringowa State High School teacher runs in northern Queensland to prevent the incident from escalating.
Shocking images show that two teenage boys fool each other before they start bumping into each other
The 37-year-old female teacher steps in to prevent the fight from escalating between the students
The students then run to the other side of the playground as kicking, screaming and screaming.
A few students were seen trying to stop the nauseating attack while others were participating.
The teacher could be heard calling against the & # 39; no & # 39; of the boys and to stop hitting the victim.
The victim is then pushed to the ground and the teacher acts as a shield against the other students, who continue to beat both the teacher and the student.
The teacher raises her voice and tells the boys to get away while she protects the student who protects him.
A 15-year-old boy was taken to the hospital after a minor injury.
The teacher complained to the police after he was injured during the evil fight.
Suddenly the teacher raises her voice and tells the boys to get away while she protects the student who protects him
The police are currently investigating the incident after they have obtained the images.
& # 39; It is still under investigation, but we have obtained images and it is definitely a battle in the schoolyard, & # 39; told Kirwan Police Station acting officer-chief Senior Sergeant Devon Cupitt Townsville Bulletin.
& # 39; This behavior should not be tolerated anywhere in the community, let alone within our schools, which is intended to be a safe environment for students and teachers. & # 39;
He said the trend of fights being recorded and posted on social media is worrying because students don't understand the consequences.
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