CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Cleveland firefighters and EMS were called to John Marshall High School around 10 a.m. after one student sprayed pepper spray in a classroom. The student was arguing with another student, when he pulled out the spray.
All of the students in the classroom where the incident occurred were examined by EMS and none were transported for treatment, including the student directly sprayed.
The only person transported by EMS was the teacher from the adjacent room who assisted in evacuating the room.
Because the pepper spray mist was still in the air, the entire class was moved to a different classroom.
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