A TEENAGER has been arrested after 20 people suffered nausea and breathing difficulties after a “sulphur” bomb went off at a school.
The 17-year-old boy was held by cops after Builth Wells High School in Powys, Wales, had to be evacuated today.
A teen has been arrested after a smoke bomb was set off at Builth Wells High School in Wales
School workers suddenly fell ill and pupils taking their exams were moved to a different area to continue their work.
Ambulance crews assessed the 20 people exposed to the substance at the scene but they didn’t require hospital treatment.
Powys council said the substance was believed to be a “suspected smoke or sulphur bomb”.
Dyfed-Powys Police confirmed the teen had been arrested and is currently being quizzed by detectives in custody.