Junior High School Principal injured breaking up a fight

Junior High School Principal injured breaking up a fight

Monroe : LA : USA | Feb 01, 2012 at 3:14 PM PST
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News sources Associated Press and Newstar.com Monroe Louisiana. Ouachita Junior High School Principal Marsha Baker suffered an injury Tuesday when she attempted to break up a fight between two sixth grade students during the lunch break period.

Assistant superintendent Don Coker told the Monroe New Star newspaper that Baker did not know what caused the fight between the two girls.

Baker was taken to an emergency room in a Monroe area hospital, treated and released from her injuries she suffered breaking up the fight.

Coker said of Baker the following statement: "Mrs. Baker does duty three times a day at school because it is her priority that all kids are being safe and doing what they are supposed to do."

The two students in the fight were arrested by the police. Their names were not released to the public due to their ages.

George Vieto is based in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States of America, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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