Updated:PITTSBURGH (AP) (AP)ong> - Pittsburgh Public Schools officials are promising a security review after three kindergartners wandered away from school through an unlocked door, apparently with plans to have a sleepover at one of their homes.
Jennifer Eisel says her son Dominic was one of the 5-year-olds who left Mifflin Elementary School on Tuesday morning. Police found the kids about an hour later and Eisel said she arrived to find her son in the back of a squad car.
Eisel says if she fell asleep and allowed her son to wander outside she'd face criminal charges, so she thinks there should be consequences for the school employees, too.
School officials say they're planning new security measures and are talking with the principal. They're also having counselors speak to students about safety issues.
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