Some students in a Virginia high school classroom got soaked when a toy helicopter collided with a fire sprinkler and sent the water spraying. Brenda Mayo, principal of Cosby High School in Midlothian, said the fire sprinkler in a classroom was triggered when it was struck by a toy helicopter. Who will be responsible for paying for the high-flying stunt? It sure is a mess.

WTVR Reports:

The Virginia Department of Education and the College Board were informed the incident caused Advanced Placement testing to be disrupted for some students. Cosby principal Dr. Brenda Mayo wrote in an email to parents. “With cleanup currently going on, we will retrieve and return belongings tomorrow for students in the affected classroom.”

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