A 13-year-old boy who fell unconscious at his Connecticut college final week after coming into contact with fentanyl has died, authorities stated.

The seventh grader, who was considered one of three teenagers taken to a hospital on Thursday after coming into contact with the lethal drug inside Sport and Medical Sciences Academy in Hartford, died on Saturday night, Hartford police stated in a press release.

The magnet college’s roughly 600 college students had been ordered to shelter in place after the kid collapsed inside the college’s gymnasium simply earlier than 11 a.m. Suspected narcotics that had been discovered shut by

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“There are a lot of interesting things for kids to do these days, and scouting doesn’t seem to be keeping up.”

Jay Yaros, parent

In Lawrence, New Jersey, 8-year-old Joey Yaros stopped attending meetings while most in-person gatherings were shut down, and might not go back, even though his father and three brothers all earned the elite Eagle Scout rank. Joey was already struggling with virtual school classes, and the family didn’t pressure him to also participate in virtual Cub Scout activities.

“If there are den meetings in the fall, we’ll see if he gets back in the swing

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