Monday, May 16, 2011

Dunwoody loses young boy to “the Choking Game”

A young Dunwoody boy who was a Kingsley Elementary student and Murphey Candler baseball player passed away last weekend as a result of playing the deadly "Choking Game". He was a happy 10 year old boy. I read that his parents asked that in his memory people pass along this information to educate other parents.

His parents, Henry and Maggie Wang, requested that you please forward to any parents with children in their families. They would like anyone who receives the E-mail to also forward to people they know with children in their families.

The Wangs have requested that adults go to, scroll down to the “How Does the Choking Game Work?” video and view the entire video. After viewing the video, they would like the adults to educate their children or relatives on the dangers described in the video in whatever means they feel is appropriate.

Thank you for helping them with this request. Please do not share actual video with your child.

1 comment:

The DB Foundation said...

The Choking Game has been causing injuries and fatalities of our youth for generations! Now is the time for Public Education! The DB Foundation, Inc is eligible for a $10K grant from the Pepsi Refresh Grant Challenge to receive funds to host a National Choking Game Awareness Conference. This conference will convene risk prevention organizations, Educational, Medical, Law Enforcement, Government Agencies and Parents to join forces and effectively combat this killer. We need all concerned citizens to vote for this project.

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