Just after lunch on Thursday, at 12.44, alerted rescue services, the police and an ambulance to the Käppala school on the island of Lidingö. According to initial data, to the fire department, it was about a suspicious discharge. This was dismissed quickly by the emergency services.
the Reason that the children, that will be the fifth graders, the onset of the disease is however still unclear. On Thursday evening, said the school on the island of Lidingö municipality's website to all students, who were taken to the Karolinska university hospital, felt good after the circumstances.
– the Recovery of the patients who came to us from the school on the island of Lidingö yesterday has gone, in a nice way. All feel better and have had to go home, writes the press office at Karolinska in an email to DN.
on the event in the school is a stub.
" We don't know yet if brottrubriceringen will change, but at this stage we have launched a preliminary investigation on negligence for personal injury. There is no suspect in the case, " says Per Fahlström at the Police.
the Police have blocked off the kitchen and some other facilities in the school to do a technical study. The police will also be at the school on Friday to ensure that no one is accidentally missing in the premises, which was blocked by.
that Friday will be a regular school day, but with some adjustments. Parts of the teaching will take place in other premises.
– the Environment and health will take samples of the food that was served on Thursday, if the police come to the conclusion that it is necessary", says Tapio Liimatainen, the acting head of administration and Pedestrians learning and culture management.
the Kids are doing well, most are in school. But it is clear that there was a crisis, but its like when so many kids needed to go urgently to the hospital, " says Tapio Liimatainen.
in the Middle of he says some of the affected children will have experienced that parts of the body became numb. Others suffered headaches and nausea.
– Matleverantören has promised to serve lunch boxes to the children, says Tapio Liimatainen.