A six-year-old boy and a woman have been hospitalised after a fire in a city school.
Police, ambulances and around 25 firefighters were called to Hazeley Academy in the west of Milton Keynes at about 1.10pm today, to reports of a fire.
A 35-year-old member of staff was airlifted to Stoke Mandeville Hospital for treatment to burns to her face and body, where she remains at this time in a stable condition.
A six-year-old boy was also taken to hospital with superficial burn injuries to his face. He is also in a stable condition.
It is believed a 'fireball', which happened in the science laboratory of the school, was caused as a science experiment was being conducted.
The investigation into the incident has now been passed over to the Health and Safety Executive.
A statement on the school's website reads: "There has been an isolated incident in The Hazeley Academy which was dealt with by the emergency services.
"All academy children are accounted for and safe.
"A member of staff was taken to hospital and we will report later as to any possible disruption to the school day tomorrow. Please see the academy website for further information."More to follow.