Teen who died mysteriously in his car repeatedly called 911 for help

Kyle Plush, 16, died from "asphyxia due to chest compression."
1:24 | 04/12/18

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Weenie police encourages territory Tom. But haven't helped collect 5400 red ink. Time and time again it sounds like police are headed to the right place. There's a whole young runner that I think road. Yeah they're told someone is in need of emergency help and running out of time we. Are out critic out. Want with from the first 911 call around 3 PM to the time he's found about seven hours later. No one can find Kyle plush apparently trapped inside this Honda Odyssey on campus. We're choosing not to air his calls for help. Out of respect for the family. That is looked in the battle presidency anybody and that. It's not clear police found the banned but overlooked plus or we're looking into the right vehicle in the first place the teenager can be heard gasping for help. And saying tell my mom. I love her. Students underneath and they are working but it's something that's. After police find no sign of to slice a separate incidents leads one deputy to believe. This might be a hoax. I had something important here. Fans. Should she was at first he tried to direct him to cross the street while I'm directing traffic what little she accused content kind of prank. And and that's right at that time. But if they only member reported finding plush at about 10 PM he was pronounced dead. On scene.

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