“I'm really nervous about what happened,” he said. “I don't know what happened. I still have a headache and a stomach ache.”
Officials said they first thought that lunch may have been the culprit. However, none of the students vomited.
They also said they checked for gas, but the tests came back clean.
“It can test for five different gases and there were no readings of any consequence on any meters,” said Chief Larry Black, Watertown Fire Department.
On Friday, some said a fainting incident could have caused fear for other students, prompting them to become sick.
Officials said no students vomited, and the cafeteria came back clean.
Two days of testing from local and state officials, and no trace of any harmful gases were found.
"The school system is in the process of checking with all the students affected yesterday to try to determine what may have been a legitimate illness versus an emotional reaction to the situation," Black added.
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