A McArthur High School student was pronounced dead at a hospital after being found unresponsive on a Florida school bus yesterday, reported the SunSentinel.
Students on the school bus thought the boy, who is reportedly normally quiet and keeps to himself, was asleep. The school’s resource officer and paramedics tried to revive him with CPR before transporting him to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital.
The article reported a science teacher from the school identified the student as a 14-year-old ninth-grade male in a Facebook post.
No wrongdoing is indicated at this time. The death remains under investigation, with autopsy results not yet released.
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