El Camino Real High baseball player dies of fentanyl overdose – Orange County Register

A Woodland Hills high school baseball player has died of a fentanyl overdose and his classmates are mourning his death.

Cade Kitchen, a 17-year-old student at El Camino Real High School, died of fentanyl poisoning last week, and the school sent a letter to the community Thursday announcing the student’s death.

“It is with great sadness that I have to inform you that one of our 17-year-old students passed away last night,” the statement said. “This tragic incident resulted from a fatal overdose of fentanyl. …On behalf of the El Camino Real community, our thoughts and prayers are with the family at this difficult time.

“After the death of a friend, young people need more support and attention than usual from their parents and other adults,” the letter reads. “This is a particularly difficult and emotional time for those who knew the student, the student’s family or for students who have recently experienced trauma in their lives.”

If students need additional help, the letter said the school can be contacted at Counseling@ecrchs.net.

https://www.ocregister.com/2022/10/07/el-camino-real-high-baseball-player-dies-of-fentanyl-overdose/ El Camino Real High baseball player dies of fentanyl overdose – Orange County Register

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