3 student-athletes’ deaths have Deerfield Beach High School students grieving
DEERFIELD BEACH, Fla. – Robert Runcie, the superintendent of Broward County Public Schools, said on Wednesday three students’ deaths have had a “big, big impact" on Deerfield Beach High School. Deerfield Beach High School students are grieving again on Wednesday. Terrance Jackson, a 15-year-old Deerfield Beach High School football player, was killed in a shooting that took place during a funeral. Their school’s administrators released a statement on Tuesday: “One of our own Deerfield Beach High School students passed unexpectedly yesterday. Some Deerfield Beach students regularly used #MSDStrong to ask lawmakers to work on gun control and increase funding for mental health resources.
Survivors of suicide suffer loss differently
Unlike other forms of loss, Vicencio said survivors of suicide often feel that somehow they should have been able to prevent it. Along with anger, Vicencio said survivors can suffer from feelings of rejection. “We are actually preventing future suicide by helping these people understand what’s going on and by providing support,” she said. Bailey continues to participate in support groups, helping herself and other survivors of suicide. Vicencio said society still attaches a stigma to suicide which means survivors may encounter blame and judgement rather than sympathy and compassion.
FBI investigating teen's alleged suicide
FBI investigating teen's alleged suicide The FBI is looking into the death of a black teen after his family questioned the official ruling that the young man found hanging from a swing set at a trailer park had committed suicide. 48 Hours Crimesider reporter Michelle Sigona joins "CBSN" with the details.cbsnews.com