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The second survivor from Parkland apparently dies from suicide



A second student who survived the mass shooting last year at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, apparently died from suicide, police said.

The teenager, whose name was not released, apparently died suicide "on Saturday night, Coral Springs police spokesman Tyler Reik told HuffPost. The deceased was a current student in high school.

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Fear evident as the Marjory Stoneman year begins

See gallery 19659008] Amy Shebes, right , makes her son Charlie, 16, younger at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, breakfast as he prepares to go to school, Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in Parkland, Florida. Charlie was at school last year when several of his classmates were shot dead. Now he goes back. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

Charlie Shebes, right, 16, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is kissed by his mother Amy as he walks to school, Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in Parkland, Fla. Shebes was at school last year when several of his classmates were shot dead. Now he goes back. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

19-year-old Charlie Shebes, junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, brushes his teeth as he prepares to attend school on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in Parkland (Florida) took place last year at school when several of his classmates were shot dead. Now he goes back. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

Students go to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in Parkland, Florida. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday The first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman building. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

Students arrive on the first day of school at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday, August 15, 2018. The Superintendent of the Broward County Public Schools, Robert Runcie, announced on Wednesday A new school year at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland is a "challenging time" for students, teachers and other school staff. (Joe Cavaretta / South Florida Sun-Sentinel via AP)

Charlie Shebes, 16, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, rides his longboard skateboard to school after parking nearby, Wednesday, 15. August 2018, in Parkland, Fla. Shebes was at school last year when several of his classmates were shot dead. Now he goes back. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

19-year-old Charlie Shebes, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, is reflected in his rearview mirror when he returns to school in Parkland, Florida on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 moves. Shebes was at school last year when several of his classmates were shot dead. Now he goes back. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)

Charlie Shebes, 16, a junior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, rubs her eyes as he prepares for school attendance in Parkland on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 ( Florida) took place last year in school when several of his classmates were shot dead. The school's students returned to a safer campus on Wednesday when they began their first new school year since an armed man killed 17 people in the freshman year. (AP Photo / Wilfredo Lee)




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Detectives and the Office of the County Medical Examiner continue to investigate the matter, Reik said.

19-year-old Sydney Aiello's family On Friday, she confirmed she died of suicide following a post-traumatic stress disorder and survival debts after a former student opened fire in high school last February , 17 people were killed and over a dozen others injured.

Aiello was a close friend of Meadow Pollack, a Stoneman Douglas senior who was fatally shot during the massacre last year.

David Hogg, a well-known Parkland shootout survivor, teamed up on Twitter Sunday.

] "How many children do we have to take as a result of the suicide, so the government / school district can do something?" Tweeted the 18-year-old.

Broward County public schools did not immediately respond to a request

Although details about the death of the second student are unclear, Dan Reidenberg, executive director of the nonprofit suicide prevention SAVE, told HuffPost that PTSD and survivor's guilt in such situations can be a factor.

"Celebrities, other important events in life that know their friends will not be present due to the mass shooting, can be truly re-traumatized by life events," he told HuffPost.

This is a developing story. Check for updates.

If you or someone you know needs help, call 1-800-273-8255 The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline .You can also send HOME to 741-741 for free, 24-hour support from the Crisis Text Line. Outside the US please visit the International Association for Suicide Prevention

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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