Two New Jersey students are charged after teenager suffered serious head injury

Two New Jersey teens charged with assault after viral 'skull breaker' challenge leaves a middle school student, 13, with a serious concussion The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said on Monday that the two minors were charged with third-degree aggravated assault Pair were also charged with third-degree endangering  Stacy and Mark Shenker's 13-year-old son, a Cherry Hill middle school student, was rushed to the hospital after he fell victim to the challenge The challenge involves three people standing in a row and jumping While the middle person is in the air, the other two kick inwards to knock the middle person's legs out from under them It's been a little over a month since the couple's son was injured and his symptoms from the fall continue to effect his performance at school   

By Matthew Wright For Dailymail.com

Published: 19:37 GMT, 3 March 2020 | Updated: 19:37 GMT, 3 March 2020

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Two teenage boys are facing charges for their part in the viral 'skull breaker' challenge that left one of the peers with a concussion. 

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said on Monday that the two minors were charged with third-degree aggravated assault and third-degree endangering an injured victim for their part in the challenge. 

The challenge involves three people standing in a row and jumping. While the middle person is in the air, the other two kick inwards to knock the middle person's legs out from under them. 

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said on Monday that the two minors were charged with third-degree aggravated assault and third-degree endangering an injured victim for their part in the challenge

The Camden County Prosecutor's Office said on Monday that the two minors were charged with third-degree aggravated assault and third-degree endangering an injured victim for their part in the challenge

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