B.C. teen’s overdose death filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, family says
B.C. teen’s overdose death filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, family says B.C. teen’s overdose death filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, family saysFor now, let’s turn to British Columbia, because I community in that province is in shock after the apparent overdose death of a 14-year Oldboy investigators right now, seeking The public’s help after shocking video and pictures of his final moments were posted online. We get details now from the cbc’s bhel Puri mini turn 14. Just last month he played hockey you like to cook. He was looking forward to Grade 9 in September. I like to have fun like play: video games skatepark only a couple of blocks away. 18 died of a suspected overdose family believe it was because someone gave him drugs and they left him. A series of photos and videos of the incident are circulating on social media, very out-of-control, showing signs of distress and they’re just laughing and taking videotapes almost died. Lol online messages suggest he ingested MDMA or ecstasy and Xanax the night before he died. Carson had stayed at his dad’s Department. Wasn’T unusual for Carson to hang out with older set is high school kids. Knowing I did talk to him about it, and he said I only hang out with them once in awhile. I’M here at the skatepark is early as noon on Wednesday. Investigators also want to talk to anyone who might have seen him talking to others. Langley RCMP is also set up a dedicated, around-the-clock tip line to gather information that might help as its investigation. The BC coroners service is also investigating. Carson’S death, Bell. CBC News, Langley A 14-year-old boy’s overdose at a skate park in B.C. was filmed by witnesses and posted on social media, the boy’s family says. The boy was still breathing when he was found lying on the ground all alone in the dark, but later died in hospital, his grandfather says.
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