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Boy impales himself on javelin during PE at Queensland high school

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 28 October 2020
Boy impales himself on javelin during PE at Queensland high schoolA boy in his pre-teens has pierced his groin after tripping on a javelin during PE class at Saint Stephen's College in Coomera, Queensland.The boy was rushed to hospital just after 11am on Wednesday with part of the spear still...
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