But they had actually used tape and a black tarp to create the illusion of a hole and had loose bricks strewn across the ground for added special effects.
The school district says no property was damaged. the police department congratulated their effort and wished the seniors well.More news: Ex-Prem star Jlloyd Samuel, 37, dies in auto crash
Students made it look like a vehicle crashed into the side of their school by the principal's office.
"What they did was really creative", Rieper chuckled.
A auto slammed into a Wisconsin high school, sending bricks flying into the air... or so it appeared. Seven minutes later, they left the scene.More news: Mariners' Robinson Cano Suspended 80 games
"Both students were examined by the school nurse, discussed the incident with the campus principal and returned to class", he said. "We had people driving up here all day taking pictures".
Someone called police Monday morning to report the accident, but police were impressed when they arrived to find the ruse.
Police tweeted a message and photos of the prank, and it attracted lots of attention, including from media outlets as far away as Milwaukee.More news: Cashier-less store coming to IL
Narges also said the prank gave the staff a good smile.
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