A lawsuit against The Scranton School for Deaf and Hard of Hearing filed by parents who alleged their daughter had been repeatedly sexually assaulted by a classmate has settled in the middle of trial.

The terms of the settlement, reached Monday night, are confidential. The case was in its second week of trial. The family’s attorney, John Elliott of Elliott Greenleaf, declined to comment beyond confirming the case was resolved.

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