An Oswego High School student was injured in an accident during a woodshop class Thursday, Sept. 13, school district officials confirmed in an email sent to parents.
The email stated that the student received an injury to their finger.
"Today, an Oswego High School student sustained an injury to a finger while participating in a woodworking class," the email stated. "The student was transferred by ambulance for medical care. As an OHS family, we join together in wishing the student strength and healing."
Oswego Fire Protection District Station 1 Battalion Chief Travis Martinez confirmed Thursday evening that paramedics responded to a "traumatic injury" call at Oswego High School at 1:01 p.m., and that a student was transported to Rush Copley Medical Center for treatment.