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Number Of Teen Suicides Increasing in Clark County

It's hard to pinpoint why the number of teen suicides are almost double what they were in 2010.  Suicide prevention specialists in Clark County are also perplexed by these figures.  We talk to parents who have lost their children to suicide.  Then we talk with a crisis team from Clark County schools that go into schools after a suicide to help kids cope.
 
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Linda Flatt, Office of Suicide Prevention, Nevada's Dept of Health and Human Services, (702) 486-8225
Rosemary Virtuoso, Deptof Student Threat Evaluation and Crisis Response, CCSD
Chris Miller, suicide survivor

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