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Chewing gum kills teen in dash for tram

19. September 2010. | 08:23

Source: Croatian Times

A teenage boy has died after choking on chewing gum as he ran to catch a tram.

A teenage boy has died after choking on chewing gum as he ran to catch a tram.

The 16-year-old school boy collapsed on the street as he and mates dashed towards the tram in in the Croatian capital Zagreb.

Pals called for an ambulance but the boy was dead by the time it arrived.


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