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Police Confirm Second Parkland Student Dies From 'an Apparent Suicide'

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Police Confirm Second Parkland Student Dies From 'an Apparent Suicide'

Police Confirm Second Parkland Student Dies From 'an Apparent Suicide'

Tragedy striking the Parkland, Florida community yet again, as police confirm a second student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High has died from an apparent suicide.

Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

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Police Confirm Second Parkland Student Dies From 'an Apparent Suicide'

((VO))??Tragedy striking the Parkland, Florida community yet again, as police confirm a second shooting survivor has killed himself.????((VO))??A spokesman for the Coral Springs police telling the Miami Herald an unnamed student enrolled at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School died in “an apparent suicide” on Saturday night.

Sources tell the paper the student was a male sophomore but haven’t confirmed if he was enrolled at the time of last year’s shooting.????((VO))??The tragic development comes just a week after recent graduate from that same school, Sydney Aiello [I-Ello], pictured here on a GoFundMe page, reportedly took her own life after suffering with PTSD and survivor’s guilt.

NBC News reporting she had been close friends with one of the victim’s of last year’s shooting.????((VO))??Both students who committed suicide reportedly dying of a gunshot wound to the head.????((VO))??On February 14th of last year alleged gunman and expelled student Nikolas Cruz opened fire on the high school, killing 17 people.????((VO))??Ryan Petty, the father of Alaina Petty, a 14-year-old freshman who died in that shooting, creating a suicide-prevention foundation, telling the Miami Herald “the issue of suicide needs to be talked about.”??




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