Elyas, 11 years old, with autism, comes home from school with a broken arm: “They called me to tell me he had some scratches”

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When he returned from his school day on Tuesday, 11-year-old Elyas, who has autism, complained of pain in his left wrist. His daddy Camille had been warned that his son had been pushed around by another student during the day.

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The family finally ended up in the emergency room … On the medical certificate dated November 16, it is clearly stated that Elyas suffers from a fracture of the left ulna-radius (photo).

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Elyas is a student at the “Le Plein Air” school in Colfontaine. According to the father, this is the third time that he has suffered violence at school, by other students.

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In the meantime, Camille Pierrequin intends to file a complaint against the establishment.

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