Orange, CA- Special Needs Student Died After Crashing Golf Cart On Campus Of A High School
A special needs student was killed after he crashed a security guard’s golf cart on campus of a high school in Orange, CA on Monday, September 9, 2019. The student reportedly crashed the golf cart on the campus of an Orange County high school, El Modena High School. The 15-year old student sustained major injuries from the crash. The student succumbed to his injuries on Monday night, September 9, 2019. An aide who supervised the student reportedly tried to stop the student from operating the golf cart. After getting into the cart, the student crashed the cart into a pillar.
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