NJ Boy, 11, Dies during Summer Camp a Week After His Birthday

July 12, 2017 - summer camp

A immature child from New Jersey who had only distinguished his 11th birthday died while during a summer stay on Tuesday, military said.

Daniel Beer, of Norwood, was attending Camp Nah-Jee-Wah in Milford, Pennsylvania, when he gifted gastrointestinal symptoms on Sunday night, stay administrators said.

The stay dispensary primarily treated Beer, afterwards eliminated him to a internal sanatorium Monday morning when his condition worsened, a stay executive said.

Beer was conspicuous passed during Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, officials said. He had only incited 11 on Jul 4.

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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.

The Jewish sleepaway stay is partial of a New Jersey Y Camps organization.

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 is pending. 

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CORRECTION:

This story has been updated to scold a spelling of Daniel Beer’s final name. 

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