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East Hampton Teen Dies After Medical Emergency

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Erika Bueno.   FACEBOOK

Erika Bueno. FACEBOOK

A collage of Erika Bueno posted by a family member on Facebook.

A collage of Erika Bueno posted by a family member on Facebook.

A photo of Erika Bueno posted on the GoFundMe page.

A photo of Erika Bueno posted on the GoFundMe page.

A photo of Erika Bueno and her brother, Paul Bueno, at East Hampton High School graduation on June 29.  FACEBOOK

A photo of Erika Bueno and her brother, Paul Bueno, at East Hampton High School graduation on June 29. FACEBOOK

authorStaff Writer on Aug 1, 2019
Erika Bueno, a 16-year-old East Hampton High School student, died on Monday, July 29, after experiencing a medical emergency at a carnival a few days earlier. A GoFundMe page has... more

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