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Pordenone

Suicidal girl's classmates' parents 'may be investigated'

Police probing what drove 12-year-old to jump off balcony

Suicidal girl's classmates' parents 'may be investigated'

Pordenone, January 19 - The parents of classmates of a 12-year-old girl who tried to kill herself rather than face bullying at school may be probed for failing to exercise due control over their children, police sources close to the investigation said Tuesday. The suicidal child was seriously injured Monday after throwing herself off her second-floor balcony in the northern city of Pordenone. She had left two notes behind before jumping, both written last week, police said. One asked for her parents' forgiveness, the other was addressed to her classmates and said: "Now you'll be happy". She was hospitalized in intensive care with multiple fractures and a possible spinal injury. Early investigations revealed that services used by some of her classmates to send allegedly bullying messages were registered in their parents' names, the sources said. Meanwhile the girl's father said Tuesday the family was "destroyed and hurt" by what had happened. "We have no intention of making a statement because we have entrusted the case to our lawyer," he continued. "I have to go back to school today after being ill but I just can't go back into that class. I was afraid to shout my fears to the world so I decided to end it all," the girl told a neighbour who was the first person to assist her. Over 50% of Italian youngsters aged 11-17 suffer at least one episode of bullying during the course of the school year, according to a study by ISTAT national statistics agency published last December based on 2014 figures.

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