Student On Top Of Classroom Building At Queens High School – Watch Video
School administration and firefighters had to spring into action on Tuesday in an attempt to remove a student from the roof of a building at Queen’s High School, according to the Jamaica Gleaner.
It was reported that classes had been affected because of the situation, which had students scampering to get a view of what was happening.
According to reports, the student has been on the building’s roof for hours and has not yet been persuaded to come down until news time. Emeleo Ebanks, the representative for the Jamaica Fire Brigade, explained that there was no new information to be given to the news as they made attempts to get the student down.
The Queen’s High School is an all-female institution located on Central Avenue in St. Andrew. The all-girl institution is among the most famous and accomplished institutions in the Jamaica Corporate Area.
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According to Loop News, the school has produced some of Jamaica’s most accomplished women, including Lisa Hanna, Cherine Anderson, and Grace Jackson, to name a few.
Watch the video below: