Two High School Students Sever Fingers During Tug-of-War Game
SOUTH EL MONTE, C.A.--Two high school students severed their fingers after a game of tug-of-war.
Officials say the students were participating in the game during the school's Spirit Week. Both students were taken to a local hospital but surgeons were not able to re-attach the fingers.
One student was identified as a female soccer player and the other as a male football player. A hospital spokesperson said both students are in stable condition.
Reports claim each student lost at least one finger.
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