A high school football player in NY died on Thursday after being hit in the head by a log during a team conditioning drill, police say. CPR was attempted on the field but the teen could not be saved.
Teammates consoled each other at Stony Brook Hospital after the morning accident. Another student was also injured at 10:30 a.m. and was taken to the same hospital.
The school district commented briefly on the accident, saying that it was "devastated by this horrific accident and words can not express the grief we feel as a school community".
The unexpected event shook the community and calls for prayer and condolences for Mileto's team, friends and family streamed in on Twitter.
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"We have enacted our Crisis Intervention Team and support services will be made available to students and staff for as long as needed as we mourn and try to cope with this loss".
For high schools in Suffolk County, offseason practices are permitted as long as they are not mandated and are open to everyone, said Tom Combs, executive director of the athletic organization that oversees high school sports in the county.
"What exercises that are conducted are the privy of the school district and individuals running the workouts", he said. Anyone with information is asked to contact them at 631-852-6392.