GREENWICH, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut Tenth-grade hockey participant has died after falling to the ice and being minimize on the neck by the skate of one other participant throughout a sport, college officers and police stated.
The accident occurred Thursday because the junior varsity staff on the Brunswick college, a university preparatory college for boys in Greenwich, performed St. Luke’s Faculty, a personal co-educational college from New Canaan.
St. Luke’s recognized the participant Friday as Teddy Balkind. He fell to the ice and the opposite participant was unable to cease and collided with him, Greenwich Police Capt. Mark Zuccerella stated Friday.
Brunswick Head of Faculty Thomas Philip stated in a press release that Balkind suffered a minimize to his neck. He stated those that had been on the sport described the play as “completely regular and unremarkable within the sport of hockey.”
“I need to commend our medical, teaching and safety workers for all that they did in probably the most horrible of circumstances to maintain the boy till the ambulance arrived,” Philip wrote.
No courses had been held on Friday due to a snowstorm, however St. Luke’s Head of Faculty Mark Davis stated the constructing can be open within the afternoon in order that the group might collect to grieve.
“There aren’t any phrases sufficient to this second, and I do know all of us will assist one another as finest as we will,” he stated.