The Michigan community has committed three suicide teenagers in the last eight months

A small rural village of Michigan is in breach after three local educators have been living in the past eight months.

Earlier this month, Shealynn Pobuda, 14, of Kingsley, reported suicide, reported the Detroit Free Press. The small population of 1,600 people caused death.

"Everyone was deteriorated," said Keith Smith, commander of Kingsley Area Schools, The Washington Post. "This is a small community, and not only do we know each other, we all know each other's children".

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Pobuda died that another Kayden Stone is 14 years old, who committed suicide in September. DeAnte Bland, 16, expired in June.

According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, the second cause of death for people between 10 and 34 years of age in Michigan is suicide.

Smith told the Washington Post that he broke down over the weekend, as the crisis hit his home.

"I reached my point of breaking Saturday; I sat down and asked for an hour," he said. "I can not do this more … you just have to overcome emotions."

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Smith said that many students have gone on and they ask for help or counseling after the death of the Republic. Kingsley School Area is in association with the American Suicide Prevention Foundation to help raise awareness of suicide.

The experts are associated with thirteen suicide with "poor access to mental health screenings" and on societal issues, reporting Detroit Free Press. In addition, the teenage settings also linked to the opioid epidemic, reported by the Washington Post.

If you or someone you know is looking for suicide, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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