New Jersey Boy Dies While Away during Summer Camp: Police
July 12, 2017 - summer camp
A immature child from Norwood who had only distinguished his birthday died while during a summer stay on Tuesday, military said.
Daniel Beers, 11, was attending Camp Nah-Jee-Wah in Milford, Pennsylvania when he gifted gastrointestinal symptoms on Sunday night, stay administrators said.
The Jewish sleepaway stay is partial of a New Jersey Y Camps organization.
The stay dispensary primarily treated Beers, afterwards eliminated him to a internal sanatorium Monday morning when his condition worsened, a stay executive said.
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Beers was conspicuous passed on attainment during Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, officials said. He had only incited 11 on Jul 4.
The Pennsylvania State Police are investigating.
Mark Keyes, a orator for a Pennsylvania State Police, conspicuous there is zero questionable about a boy’s genocide during this indicate though that each genocide is treated as a concern, generally that of an 11-year-old boy.
Leonard Robinson, a executive stay executive of New Jersey Y Camps, charity his condolences in a statement.
“There are no difference to news a remarkable detriment of a immature life. As we suffer together, greatfully be positive we will be charity a full support to a family who has mislaid a son and to a stay village who has mislaid a associate camper,” Robinson said.
The stay has supposing grief counselors for a campers and staff.
A full autopsy news was tentative Tuesday.