LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Cody Garrett, a 14-year-old student injured in an accident atWainwright Middle School last Monday, remains in criticalcondition.
Tippecanoe School Superintendent Scott Hanback says it will takeat least another week before the investigation on the two burnedstudents at Wainwright Middle School is complete.
Last week, science teacher William Douglas was doing ademonstration with isopropyl alcohol when it ignited, burning twostudents.
15-year-old student Leighton Fruits was treated at ClarianArnett Hospital and released.
14-year-old Cody Garrett remains at Riley Children's Hospital inIndianapolis in critical condition.
Douglas also suffered minor burns to his hands when he attemptedto aid the students.
Hanback says the school is now waiting on the Sheriff'sDepartment before results will be released.
Sheriff Tracy Brown says the department is activelyinvestigating the incident, and should be finished by the end ofthis week.
Wainwright students are donating the proceeds from their annualtalent show to aid the burned students, and are planning furtherfundraisers.
Thiswebsite, sponsored by Clarian Health, hosts a guestbook wherepeople can leave notes of support for Cody. Over 350 notes havealready been written.
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