A Sacramento County school for disabled adults is recovering from a vandalism spree that left feces and wheelchairs in the swimming pool, as well as flame retardant all over clothes that serve as a lifeline for students. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee
A Sacramento County school for disabled adults is recovering from a vandalism spree that left feces and wheelchairs in the swimming pool, as well as flame retardant all over clothes that serve as a lifeline for students. Loretta Kalb The Sacramento Bee

Disabled students struggle to recover from vandalism that ruined equipment, clothes

March 02, 2017 01:57 PM