High School Assessing Security After Diving Well Drowning

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The Turlock (Calif.) Unified School District plans to increase security after a student died after hours in the Turlock High School diving well. 

TUSD director of communications Marie Russell said changes are coming after the drowning death of senior Angel Dominguez Jr., who was among a group of students that entered the locked swimming complex at about 11:30 p.m. last Friday. 

Dominguez was pulled from the pool and first responders performed CPD for about 20 minutes before he was taken to Emanuel Medical Center where he was placed on life support. Dominguez died Monday night. 

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