At a school in Wiesbaden, unknown offenders have emitted irritant gas. Several children then complained of respiratory irritation and burning eyes. Nine students had to be treated in hospitals.
Respiratory irritation and burning eyes
Media reports, 36 students of a school in Wiesbaden have received irritant gas. Several children then complained of respiratory irritation and burning eyes. Nine of the students came to hospitals on Wednesday. The other children were cared for at the Albrecht-Dürer-Schule on the spot medical and school psychology. The school company was hired for the rest of the day.
Stolen from a student's backpack
According to a report from the Wiesbaden fire brigade portal "Wiesbaden112" three students suffered moderate, six minor injuries."On the spot, more and more schoolchildren aged between 11 and 17 who complained about complaints, reinforced by the psychological effect, came on the portal.
After police, the stimulus gas was sprayed in a hall on the first floor of the school building. According to the data, the hitherto unknown perpetrators of a schoolgirl had stolen from the backpack. The police are currently investigating the first signs of possible suspects, and is now investigating a dangerous bodily injury.
Health hazards through irritant gas
Stimulant gas, such as tear gas or pepper spray, is used in Germany by thePolice at demonstrations. Some people also acquire such means for self-defense. Minors often find it difficult to get to such sprays.
The symptoms caused by these symptoms usually occur immediately or a few seconds after the spraying. Sprayed irritation gas can lead to a swelling of the mucous membranes and an immediate closure of the eyelids. The inhalation of the irritant usually causes coughing and dyspnoea. An unpleasant itching often occurs on the skin.(ad)