According to Global, a four-year-old boy has passed away after being crushed by a collapsing swing set.
The incident occurred around 10 a.m. Wednesday.
The boy’s death was confirmed at a hospital in Sherbrooke.
While the case is horrific, it is by no means the only time this has occurred.
In 2015 for example, a girl in Arizona was killed when her swing set collapsed into a pool.
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