Personal Injury

student sues for freeze-tag injuries

In West Amwell, New Jersey, an alumnus of South Hunterdon Regional High School has sued the Board of Education due to an injury the student received two years ago in a game of freeze tag.

On July 10 of this year, Alexandria Nalborne filed a personal injury lawsuit at the Hunterdon County State Superior Court in Flemington according to The Packett. The suit states that Nalborne received “severe bodily injuries” as a game of freeze tag resulted in another student shoving Nalborne into a lawn mower.

The Packett reports Board of Education President, Bob Campell, was aware a student was harmed, but he was unaware of the degree of injuries. The incident has been referred to the New Jersey School Board’s Insurance Group.

Nalborne graduated from South Hunterdon Regional High School last year.