Yeshiva Tzion Yosef student injured by electrical socket

Yeshiva student injured by electrical socket

Yeshiva officials are not releasing his name because he is a minor.

A 10-year-old boy was nearly electrocuted at a Rockland yeshiva.

Police say a jolt of electricity shot up the sixth-grader's arm at the Yeshiva Tzion Yosef on Widman Court Wednesday afternoon after he plugged a hot glue gun into a socket. School administrator Abraham Schmidt says the student was using the glue gun as part of an arts-and-crafts class.

The boy was rushed to Westchester...

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