According to CBS DFV, a middle school student experienced a "medical emergency" that left him unresponsive during football practice. He was rushed to the hospital but did not survive.
The victim is being reported as 13-year-old Kyrell McBride-Johnson who attended Summer Creek Middle School in Crowley, Texas. Coaches reportedly gave the young man CPR until paramedics arrived.
Unfortunately, he arrived at the hospital in critical condition and did not recover.
Here's more, via CBS DFV:
Kyrell McBride-Johnson, a student at Summer Creek Middle School, died Wednesday evening. In a statement Crowely Superintendent Michael McFarland said Kyrell was practicing with the team when he experienced a “medical emergency” that left him unresponsive.
Coaches performed CPR on the 13-year-old until paramedics arrived. Kyrell was taken to Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital Southwest, in critical condition, and then to Cook Children’s Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.
A cause of death has yet to be determined. Allison Harris of FOX 4 News interviewed McBride-Johnson's mother, who says he was a "healthy boy."
Our thoughts and prayers are with McBride-Johnson's family and friends.