Kolston Moradi, center, was rescued thanks to the fast actions of teachers and other adults at his school.
Kolston Moradi, center, was rescued thanks to the fast actions of teachers and other adults at his school. The School District of Palm Beach County
Kolston Moradi, center, was rescued thanks to the fast actions of teachers and other adults at his school. The School District of Palm Beach County

'Pools of blood at his feet': 8-year-old nearly died at school — because of a pencil

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