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SASKATOON – The Metropolis of Saskatoon and the general public faculty division are denying wrongdoing in a lawsuit filed after a five-year-old autistic boy drowned final fall on his first full day at college.

Town denies it was negligent in a press release of defence filed in June.

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Ahmedsadiq Hussein Elmmi died when he fell right into a storm pond close to Ecole Dundonald Faculty on Sept. 11, 2017, after the morning recess.

The boy’s dad and mom filed the lawsuit in March alleging that his loss of life was preventable and the college board was negligent.

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The lawsuit additionally alleges negligence on the a part of town for not correctly fencing off the pond.

Each the college and metropolis argue that components of the declare assertion are “scandalous, frivolous and/or vexatious.”

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“It was not moderately foreseeable {that a} lone 5 12 months previous youngster evade faculty supervision and enter the pond,” town’s assertion of defence stated.

The varsity board filed its assertion of defence in April.

(The Canadian Press, CTV)


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