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Autistic student jumped by group of teens in El Reno

EL RENO, OK (KWTV)- A special needs student was beat up by a group of teenagers in El Reno. According to KWTV, during a verbal argument, the student with autism used a racial slur against another student which led to a physical altercation.

The nine seconds of the fight was captured on Snapchat shows the initial punch; the boy with autism immediately falls to the ground and curls up as more students jump in and continue kicking and punching him.

The El Reno Police Department confirms that a 13 and 14-year-old will be charged with assault and battery. El Reno Public Schools is conducting an investigation alongside police. Two of the four teens positively identified which are students.

KWTV says that November Mullican, another student, stopped the 20-second altercation.

“I was mad. I was really, really mad,” said Mullican, whose brother has autism. “It really broke my heart.”

During the fight, Mullican walks in, tells the teens to back away and is pushed in the process. She says dozens of kids just stood around watching.

Information provided by KWTV.

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