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5th class children were making ‘drug’ in the school lab, when chemical blast happened, 11 students got scorched


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Published: Monday, November 21, 2022, 18:56 [IST]

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In a school in Australia, the students found it difficult to do experiments in the chemistry lab. A science experiment gone wrong at Manly Public School in Sydney city caused a massive explosion, injuring 11 students and a teacher. All the students including the teacher have been admitted to the hospital.

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Children doing experiments in chemistry lab

According to media reports, on Monday, students were doing some experiments in the science lab of the school regarding sodium bicarbonate and methylated spirit. During this, there was a sudden explosion due to the mistake of a student and many students came under fire. Helicopters, paramedics and fire engines were seen at the scene. New South Wales Ambulance Officer Phil Templeman said, “The wind affected the experiment and blew some of the chemicals used around. Several students suffered burns. The classroom science experiment involved sodium bicarbonate and methylated spirits.”

Accident due to exposure to open air

According to local news outlet 9news, the Class 5 students were experimenting with baking soda, a sugar mixture and an accelerant to make “black snakes” or “sugar snakes”. Meanwhile this accident happened. According to the Sydney Herald, the victims had burns all over their bodies, including their legs, lower abdomen, chest and face. The age of all these children is 10 to 11 years. At the same time, the science teacher injured in this accident said that he was doing an experiment with the children, in which something went wrong after which this accident happened.

Teachers put pressure on experiment

Mike Ashton, a parent at the school, told the media: “We heard online what happened. This incident is very worrying. Everything is under control very quickly though. On the other hand, some parents say that some teachers of the school put too much pressure on the children regarding science experiments. At the same time, the local resident says that smoke was seen coming out of the classroom in the air.

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Students Injured After Science Experiment Goes Wrong At A School In Australia

Story first published: Monday, November 21, 2022, 18:56 [IST]

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