Garrett Pope, 11, of Indian Land, pictured at right, died of accidental asphyxiation. His parents, Garrett Sr. and Stacy Pope, with Garrett and his siblings at left, said he died after playing a “choking game” used to experience euphoria.
Garrett Pope, 11, of Indian Land, pictured at right, died of accidental asphyxiation. His parents, Garrett Sr. and Stacy Pope, with Garrett and his siblings at left, said he died after playing a “choking game” used to experience euphoria. WBTV Facebook page
Garrett Pope, 11, of Indian Land, pictured at right, died of accidental asphyxiation. His parents, Garrett Sr. and Stacy Pope, with Garrett and his siblings at left, said he died after playing a “choking game” used to experience euphoria. WBTV Facebook page

‘Talk to kids’: S.C. boy, 11, died playing ‘choking game’

September 03, 2016 04:37 PM

UPDATED September 04, 2016 06:56 PM

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