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Condition Of US Teacher Shot By Child Improving

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Authorities report that the status of a Virginia teacher who a six-year-old student shot is beginning to improve, according to BBC News.

On Friday, Abby Zwerner, said to be in her thirties, was shot with a handgun at Richneck Elementary School in Newport, sustaining life-threatening wounds.

Mayor Phillip Jones informed the BBC that Ms. Zwerner’s recovery was trending positively.

But her condition remains critical.

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There has been no word from the police regarding what motivated the shooting.

And it was unclear how the child, now in police custody, obtained the weapon.

US media quoted the authorities as saying that the shooting was not accidental.

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  1. They say that in mathematics related to the commutative property of multiplication ” the order of the factors does not change the product”. However, in grammar it sometimes does change the product. Whose condition is improving? The teacher’s or the child’s condition?

  2. papa maths and grammar don’t work. we just used it in certain statement which our school refuse to teach common sense.


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