The second student from Parkland committed suicide

It took only a few days after the suicide of Sydney Aiello, a student in the high school Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland (FL), survivors arranged by Nicolas Cruz mass shooting, the police said that the second student from that school committed suicide.

Law enforcement officials in coral springs Tyler Rake told that on Saturday March 23, a student in this school «apparently committed suicide». Because he is a minor, the police his name was not disclosed. The investigation is ongoing.

Nora Rupert, school Board member in Broward County schools, said only that we are talking about the student of the graduating class are male.

Tyler Rake said that while there is no evidence that the death of the second disciple of that school linked to last year’s shooting or a suicide of 19-year-old Sydney Aiello. He also noted that there is no information that there was this student during the shooting.

The death of a student occurred on the night before the first anniversary of the «March for our lives», organized by the students of Marjory Stoneman Douglas. The demonstration was held across the country and collected hundreds of thousands of participants. With its help, school activists commemorated on February 14 and yet trying to resist the gun lobby by the NRA.

David Hogg, one of the most famous student activists, wrote on Sunday morning in his Twitter: «How many more children need to take away from us as a result of suicides that the government/school district anything? Rip 17 + 2».

How many more kids have to be taken from us as a result of suicide for the government / school district to do anything?

Rip 17+2 🧡😭

— David Hogg (@davidhogg111) March 24, 2019

Another student Delaney Tarr, also survived the shooting at the school, wrote: «in the past people have asked me how we «overcome» grief and trauma. This is sufficient proof — it is impossible to get rid of. This journey of a lifetime, and the victims need REAL support. Don’t forget about Parkland. Do not forget about these people.»