Transcript for A second student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High has died in apparent suicide
Will Carr, thank you. We'll move on to the young woman, the parkland graduate who took her own life. She have battled survivor's guilt after last year's deadly shooting. Tonight news of another apparent suicide and the urgent call for help. Here's Diane Macedo. Reporter: Tonight, a second student from Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school has died in an apparent suicide. This is heart breaking. It was hard enough to lose the it adds to the heart break this community has suffered. Reporter: Police say the student found dead Saturday less than a week after, 19-year-old former student Sydney Aiello took her own life. Aiello lost several friends last February when a former student allegedly went classroom to classroom opening fire with an automatic rifle. 14 students and 3 adults were killed. Aiello's mother says her daughter struggled with survivor's guilt and PTSD. For people who developed PTSD after the shooting, returning to the school could be a major trigger. Reporter: "The Miami herald" reports the second suicide victim was a male sophomore. And his death has experts gravely concerned. If a terrible event occurs and you're struggling or you notice someone who is struggling, get them help. Reporter: David, it's unclear if this second suicide victim was enrolled at the school at the time of the shooting. Still, we're learning parents and county officials met today to discuss how to prevent any more suicides. David? Really important conversation. Thank you, Diane.
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