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EL DORADO HILLS, Calif. – California authorities are investigating after a student who had to be restrained became unresponsive and later died. CBS Sacramento reports the incident happened on Nov. 28.

According to the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were called to Guiding Hands School to help with a student who became violent. The 13-year-old boy, who deputies say was 6-feet tall and about 280 pounds, had to be restrained by school staff.

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However, while restraining him, the boy became unresponsive. A teacher started CPR until medics arrived to take him to Mercy Hospital in Folsom.

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  1. some situations are very hard to control many autistic kids or people that can be violent, for reason they can’t say, i deal with a daughter that has autism and have some outburst once a while , in that case they should had called the parents, but my thinking is that they had deal before with that young man with those outburst , very sad situation, this people that take care of them have a tremendous job ..

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