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on Oct 15, 2013
Helloo. How about an update, please. It's been 24 hours and you are the Menlo Park online newspaper.
Especially since we heard that it was a kid. I asked mine if they'd heard anything at school, and no one had.
I have heard the sad news that it was a child who was killed. Most likely this is why there is little information being distributed to the public.
According to other media, it was a 16-year-old boy. I have a 16-year-old son. I understand they don't want to encourage copycat suicides, but they shouldn't be pretending that nothing happened. In some ways, that's even worse for the kids.
<B>Editor's note:</B> We checked with the coroner. So far, no report.
Local boy, caring family.
Great family, so sad. Prayers with you...
We have asked the coroner's office multiple times since Monday to confirm that information and they have not yet done so. If anyone does have additional information, please let us know (email@example.com, 650-223-6529.) Thank you.
We have posted an update with new information from the coroner's office.
Wonderful family, lovely boys. So very sad to hear this. My heart and prayers go out to them.
the link to the updated article is a dead link. It gives a message that the article is unavailable.
Menlo Voter: Not sure which link you mean. I added the new information to the currently existing story, which is displayed above the comment section.
where it says read the full story here "web link"
Menlo Voter: Thank you. I wasn't accessing the story via that page, so didn't see the problem. We are trying to fix it.
In the meantime, you can view Web Link
Or not. The URL works when pasted into a new browser window, but not when pasted into the comment box. Sorry!
<B>Note:</B> The link should work now.
Thank you Sandy. Keep up the good work!
He was a classmate of mine from elementary and middle school... He was probably the nicest boy in the grade. He did not deserve to suffer...
All the best wishes and prayers to the family and friends.
I went to camp with him and he was one of the nicest people I have ever met. He was for sure a pretty funky dude but he had such a big heart and was always smiling. My best wishes go to his family and friends. R.I.P.
To the family, Our hearts ache for you. As parents with a child of the same age there are no words to express to you how sorry we are for your loss.
Our Prayers and Thoughts for you and your Beautiful Boy Walker.
A really great, funny kid that I had the pleasure of coaching in Little League years back....a tremendous loss. My thoughts and prayers are with the family
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