The Choking Game Kills A 12 Year Old Boy - Also Known as Fainting Game

The Choking Game Kills A 12 Year Old Boy - Also Known as Fainting Game

Quebec : Canada | Jun 25, 2010 at 11:50 AM PDT
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Suffocation Roulette, Pass Out Game, Choking Game

An autopsy and police investigation reveals that a 12 year old boy that hanged himself never meant to die. He was found dead on June 17th in the basement of his family's home in L'Ange Gardien, Quebec.

The investigation and and autopsy was done in Montreal Monday has found that the boy was playing a "game" that involves "self-asphyxiation.

The boy used ropes from their hammock to hang himself to create a rush called loss of oxygen. The game can also cause unconsciousness. The purpose of the game is to cause euphoria or a brief high.

This is also called the "choking game" is NOT worth it - kids die from it and can become comatose, or brain damaged. Parents need to be warned - for information CLICK HERE for Printable Flyer -

Since this boy did lose consciousness it caused his accidental hanging. His 16 year old sister is the one who discovered him and called 911.

Paramedics couldn't bring him back.


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