A 14-year-old lost his left eye after another student struck him with a piece of wood that had a pointed edge.
Delon Sancho, of St. Mary's High School, underwent surgery at the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation.
The boy said that he was walking down a stairway in the school on Wednesday when he felt something hit him hard in the eye.
“When I put me hand on me eye, I feel the thing inside hanging down and it was bleeding,” the boy said.
He said that the boy who threw the wood is a troublemaker in the school.
The injured boy's father, Compton Sancho, said the teen's mom, who is overseas, fainted upon hearing the news. Sancho said a teacher called him at about 16:10hrs to tell him what had transpired.
He arrived at the hospital just as his son was going into surgery.
The man said he asked a teacher who was at the hospital whether the school had called the police.
However, the teacher did not know, and Sancho went to his son's school, …