Police in Merrimack, N.H., have issued high school students a warning to be careful playing the squirt-gun game ``Assassins,'' after a student got into a minor car crash.
According to the game rules, students pay $5 each and are assigned a target to track down, using the squirt gun. They also have to avoid the person assigned to squirt them.
But on Wednesday, police said one student backed into another student's vehicle during the game. Two students had blocked the driveway of a target. The targeted student then backed into one of the cars to try to avoid being hit.
No one was hurt.
Merrimack High Principal Kenneth Johnson said won't support the game because it's easy to see how students could take it too far.