Utah School District Pays $100,000 Settlement in Drunk Goggles Lawsuit
A student at Centennial Junior High School in Utah broke her ankle a few years ago while wearing "drunk glasses," the goggles that show kids how impaired you are when drunk.
Kylie Nielsen was 13-years-old when she participated in a health class drunkenness simulation back in 2014. Her teacher encouraged students to put on the drunk goggles and then play tag and run around the room. Nielsen's foot got caught on a desk and she broke her ankle in multiple places.
She required two surgeries and now one of her legs is shorter than the other. Nielsen's personal-injury lawsuit just settled and the Davis School District agreed to pay $100,000 to the teenager's family.
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