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Second Grader Poked by Needle Found at Bus Stop

Second Grader Poked by Needle Found at Bus Stop



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(KSL News) A warning is sent home to parents after a second grader is poked by a needle.

A Weber School District spokesman says the girl found the needle in a flowerbed at a bus stop. She brought the needle with her to school and was poked while playing with it.

The eight-year-old is being tested for HIV and hepatitis, and taking medicine. Police say the tests will continue for about a year.

Officials at Washington Terrace Elementary sent home a note to parents, reminding them to talk to kids about the dangers of needles.

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