A middle school student in West Virginia was killed over the weekend during a dangerous game involving a bow and arrow.
Caleb Fairchild, the 15-year-old victim, was participating in a game called “dodging arrows,” state police trooper Michael Baylous told WVNS-TV.
He was struck in the head and rushed to the hospital, where he was later declared dead.
Fairchild was a student at Chapmanville Middle School.
Grief counselors and a pastor have been dispatched to the school to help other students deal with the death, reported WCHS-TV.
It’s believed at least three kids were participating in the game.