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A school bus with 30 children in Florida’s Manatee County School District was evacuated Monday after an excessive amount of body spray,” was released on-board the vehicle. The authorities are investigating the incident and believe it was meant to be a joke.
The local authorities are of the opinion that an excessive amount of body spray is released in the bus and have a sense of humor.
(Parrish Fire District
At least 15 students were treated for “mild irritation of the respiratory tract,” after the spray was discharged, on the bus, in school, in Parrish, Fla., at the time, Fox 5 reports. The authorities are reviewing security camera’s in the bus, which is released from the can, which has been identified as an Axe-Body Spray covered by ABC Action News.
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Fortunately for the students, and that no serious injuries have been reported. For a second, the Axe-body-spray-free of charge were called to the scene to transport the students to a nearby middle school, where their parents could pick them up.
In accordance with the local authorities, as well as 15 college students were being treated for “a mild irritation of the respiratory tract.”
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The Parrish of the County Fire department issued a statement about the incident on their Facebook page, which said: “at the Beginning of the evening, the District, along with the MCEMS responded to a report of a hazardous materials incident, the incident on board a Manatee County School Bus. The crews were on the scene to find fifteen students who are in mild irritation of the respiratory tract. All of the students were sorted, and prioritized, on the basis of the original complaint.”
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The statement goes on to say: “It was a unified command decision to call on the secondary bus that can be dispatched to pick up the stranded students, and external transfer to the local high School, and for gaining access to a safe and responsible way for the parents to pick up students. Manatee Co. School reps, along with the Sheriff’s Office to set up a co-ordinated pick-up area.”
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The authorities are treating the incident as a “joke” and “an active, ongoing investigation into the bus cameras will be reviewed and further interviews. Each of the 30 students on the bus were accounted for and treated and released, with a refusal to be transported by EMS.”