In the US student killed himself at school when he went to the toilet

17-year-old student committed suicide in high school in Orlando after he was asked to leave the class.

The Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma said at a press conference that a student shot himself with a gun yesterday (March 13) about 7:45 a.m. at Lake Mary High School. According to teachers, the girl asked for a toilet, and after about five minutes they heard a shot.

As reported by the Lemma, the two school security guards and a nurse responded to the incident within minutes and tried to lead the girl up, but to no avail.

«Looks like she tried very hard to make it in a place where there was nobody,» said Lemma, noting that a suicide occurred in the school auditorium, which was located in an isolated area.

#BREAKING: Seminole County Sheriff Dennis Lemma delivers update on incident at Lake Mary High School. Confirms student committed suicide on campus. @WESH

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The school was for a short time blocked. Parents also were notified about the incident via an automatic voice mail, reports WKMG.

Lemma said that the shooting was an isolated incident and no threat to the campus Lake Mary High School or any other school in the County of Seminole no.

«We are deeply saddened by today’s events. Each family member SCPS expresses our condolences to the family student and family LMHS. As always, we are here to support you», — said in a joint statement by the head of school the Seminole County Walt Griffin and LMHS Director Mickey Reynolds.

It is unknown why the weapon was a teenager and how did you manage to bring it to school. The father of the child (name withheld) has been advised of the death of his daughter; a mother who lives in Florida, contact still failed. According to the Lemma, the school counsellors, psychologists that you want to go if someone is struggling with depression or someone has problems with mental health.

Florida teen kills herself in school auditorium after asking to leave class, sheriff says

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«Let’s do everything possible to make sure we’re talking about it, — said Lemma. — Let’s not turn a blind eye and not allow the recurrence of such a situation.»

If you or someone you know is thinking about suicide, you can call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline number: 1-800-273-8255. You can also write text HOME to 741741 to contact a consultant in crisis situations.