According to Brigitte Beaumert
Unfortunately, we could call this the sad law of the series. After the death of an 8-year-old girl at the Paul Cézanne Institute on October 10, a 13-year-old teenager died Thursday, October 27 in IME of Paron v Ferns.
According to Paul Béranger, general manager of the Anne Boivent association, which manages the establishment, the teenager felt sick in the early afternoon and was treated unconsciously by the medical team (a doctor and a nurse) on site.
They provided first aid before firefighters and Smurf intervened, who failed to revive him.
An autopsy has been requested to determine the cause of death.
The Anne Boivent association “is connected to the pain of the family” and offered psychological support to the facility’s staff.
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