Coroner: South Carolina teen died from drinking too much caffeine

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Coroner: South Carolina teen died from drinking too much caffeine

ANDERSON, S.C. – A 16-year-old Spring Hill High School student who collapsed in a classroom last month died from ingesting too much caffeine, the county coroner said Monday.

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