SEWELL, N.J. — Buddies and teammates are mourning the sudden lack of a 14-year-old soccer player who died while attending a sleepover Saturday, government bodies stated.
The lady was recognized as newcomer Kara Lemanowicz around the Twitter page of Eastern Regional Senior High School girls’ soccer. She'd have began her new school year Tuesday.
It’s not known what triggered the Voorhees girl’s dying, but government bodies the dying isn't considered suspicious with no alcohol or drug me is suspected.
Government bodies believe a clinical condition might have triggered the dying, but further particulars weren't revealed.
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Government bodies the girl apparently died in her own sleep. She and her teammates had spent the evening outdoors inside a tent, and also the teen was unresponsive when her buddies attempted to wake her.
Emergency deck hands taken care of immediately the Barnsboro Road home in Sewell around 9 a.m. Saturday, and also the girl was pronounced dead there a short while later.
Hrs after Lemanowicz’s dying, Eastern’s women team acknowledged its loss on Twitter: “ EGS lost our own today in Newcomer Kara Lemanowicz. She visited sleep having a smile using one of buddies. RIP. We play for you personally.Inches