Trinity Briceno, a senior at Cranston East High School, didn’t attend school between December and April. She was hospitalized in November after students and teachers reported symptoms of carbon-monoxide exposure, including dizziness and nausea. Her mother, Pauline Belal, subsequently held her out of school, accusing officials of not properly testing for the odorless gas. She…
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