A raucous brawl among female students at a Pennsylvania high school left eight teachers injured on Wednesday.A substitute teacher at Cheltenham High School in a suburb of Philadelphia called Wyncote suffered a concussion while trying to break up a brawl involving four students, two of whom are sisters, at around 7.30am Eastern on Wednesday.The two separate fights continue for a few moments before an adult can be seen trying to break up at least one of the grappling sessions.The next frames show the student in the tie-dyed shirt as she falls to the ground and the student in the light grey top and dark pants grabs her by the hair as she punches her in the face.To my great regret this isn’t possible anymore.'Ilham will always be the mother of my daughter and a person that I have a lot of love and respect for. Now my priority is to do everything to protect Alexia during these challenging times.
In the immediate aftermath of John Ritter’s death, it was hard to take issue with ABC’s decisions, since execs were thrust into an untenable situation.I still have a few years to get myself and my story known to the British crowds, so hopefully one day they will support me, but I will always be Croatian.’ In winning the Malaysian Open, Donna saw off Slovak former top-tenner Dominika Cibulkova in a third-set tiebreak final, but it was not until last month’s French Open that a glimpse of that form would return.'Ilham and I were both blessed to create a family when our wonderful daughter Alexia was born in 2010.We have always tried to live our lives as a team and as a family, despite the challenges we have faced due to the demands of my career.It's a compliment but I want to be Donna Vekic, not the next Maria Sharapova, or the next Caroline Wozniacki, even though I look like them a little bit.'She’s an inspiration and one of my favourite players ever,' Donna said. She appeared to be enjoying her day out at Wimbledon on Friday She spent most of her time in Osijek, a town in eastern Croatia, which was fought over with devastating loss of life and destruction during the Serbo-Croat war that ended just a year before Donna was born.Donna, left, in action against Dominika Cibulkova of Slovakia in the singles final during day three of the Malaysian Tennis Open in April 20, 2014 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and, right, behind the scenes of the WTA women's ball at the Kensington Roof Gardens a few years ago Donna added: ‘I wanted to work with David from the start. Having an English coach is nice during the grass season, but he has given me huge support throughout the whole year.