FRANKLIN SQUARE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) —  A Long Island high school student was left at a convenience store after becoming sick on a class trip.

The boy’s family said Frank Carey High School chaperones left their 16-year-old son at a mini-mart after he threw up on the bus.

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He became ill shortly after the bus left the Franklin Square school.

His mother said chaperones called her and said they were leaving him behind with a gas station attendant.

Parents were outraged.

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“You trust the teachers and the principals, you entrust them to take care of your children when you’re not there and then to leave them at a rest stop is ridiculous,” one woman said.

The school superintendent said a new field trip manual is going to be given to staff and parents.

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