A 10-year-old South Carolina young lady kicked the bucket from an uncommon brain condition and not as a result of a classroom fight, authorities said Friday.
No charges will be recorded in association with the demise of Raniya Wright, a fifth-grader from Forest Hills Elementary School, said14th Circuit Solicitor Duffie Stone.
“There was no evidence of trauma either inside the body or outside the body to indicate that a fight of any magnitude to contributed to” the young lady’s death, Stone said.
“There were no bruises, no cuts, no scrapes, no busted lips, no black eyes. Internally, the tissue that was tested also did not show any other trauma. The only trauma was limited in scope to the rupture that took place in the brain.”
Pathologists found that Wright had been experiencing a mind arteriovenous contortion, a tangle of veins interfacing supply routes and veins in the cerebrum, Stone told reporters on Friday.
Raniya got into a “slap battle,” enduring just a couple of moments, with another student on March 25, authorities said. She complained of cerebral pains, hurled and passed out a few minutes later before she was hurried to the medical clinic, authorities said.
The young lady’s mother has said her little girl had been for some time tormented by the schoolmate associated with that battle. The investigator insisted there’s no proof that could have driven him to bring a criminal case.