5th Grader dead after fight in Elementary school Classroom

A fifth-grade Student passed away this Wednesday morning, two days after a fight with the fellow classmate, which wounded her up in an irresponsive and critical situation.

RaNiya Wright, 10, was transported from Forest Hills Elementary School in Walterboro, SC following the battle on Monday.

The precise reason for Wright’s demise and the wounds she endured amid the battle presently can’t seem to be discharged. A post-mortem examination is relied upon to be executed as right on time as Friday.

The other student who engaged with the fight has been suspended from the school premise.

“We are devastated by this news, and we want our communities to keep their thoughts and prayers with the student’s family at this time,”

-a post read on the Colleton County School District’s Facebook page.

The 10-year-old young lady has passed on two days battling for her life before her demise.

She took her last breath shortly before 10 a.m. this Wednesday.

She was a fifth-grade understudy from Colleton County, South Carolina, in the morning at an emergency clinic in Charleston, the school region affirmed her death.

An emergency reaction group was sent to the school on Tuesday to support the students and the teachers.

A GoFundMe page has also been set up to assist Wright’s family with costs.

“On March 25th, a fifth-grade Forest Hills Elementary School student suffered injuries after a fight occurred in her classroom. School administrators promptly secured the scene, ended the fight and called emergency medical services to the school,”

-the district said.