Seven students and a teacher were injured after a science experiment went wrong at a middle school in Carlisle, Pennsylvania Thursday.
According to emergency responders, 25 eighth graders at Wilson Middle School were watching the experiment, when it erupted into a fireball.
The teacher put the flames out with a fire extinguisher.
One student is still in the hospital. The others were treated and released.
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