By BETHANY BLITZ/Staff Writer | Posted: Thursday, September 22, 2016 12:00 am
Students from Borah Elementary School saved First Lady Lori Otter from a llama.
About 175 third, fourth, and fifth graders shouted and pointed at the intruder, warning her there was a threat.
"It's okay if you see an otter at your school," the first lady said to the students. "But if you saw a llama in your hallway, or a left bag or a stranger, how many of you would stop that person and ask them what they were doing in your school?"
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