Shocking new details about Zuni Hills Elementary School’s “poisoning” after 25 sixth graders contracted a mysterious illness

TWENTY-FIVE elementary school students had reportedly eaten pizza during a trip to a bowling alley before mysteriously falling ill.

Sixth graders at Zuni Hills Elementary School in Peoria, Arizona all contracted classroom vomiting on December 8.

The students took an off-campus field trip to Uptown Alley, a bowling alley in Surprise, Arizona

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The students took an off-campus field trip to Uptown Alley, a bowling alley in Surprise, ArizonaPhoto credit: Google Maps
Firefighters and rescue workers went out to help care for the 25 sick children

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Firefighters and rescue workers went out to help care for the 25 sick childrenPhoto credit: ABC15

The children started throwing up after they got back off the bus and entered the school, according to KSAZ-TV.

The 911 fire department was then called and rescue workers arrived at the scene to help care for the children.

“To sort out the number of students who felt ill, the school called 911 for assistance, which resulted in numerous fire engines and medical personnel responding on campus,” the school district released in a statement after the Situation.

Now it has been reported that the children went to a nearby bowling alley where they all had lunch together, according to AZ Central.

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Peoria Unified School District spokeswoman Danielle Airey confirmed it was Uptown Alley, a bowling alley in Surprise.

She explained that while it’s not exactly clear what caused the vomiting, medical staff concluded it was food poisoning.

“At this point it is not clear what could have caused the vomiting,[medical] Experts who examined the students suspected it was food poisoning,” Airey said.

All family members of sick students were also notified immediately, Airey said.

A student was taken to the hospital at the request of his parents.

However, none of the students was in critical condition afterwards.

An Uptown Alley manager told AZ Central on the evening of December 8 that they were working with the school and law enforcement.

It’s unclear whether or not the Peoria Police Department will investigate the facility further to determine the exact cause of the foodborne illness.

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