An asthma attack took the life of a Plainview boy during a homecoming bonfire Thursday evening. Doctors pronounced 14-year-old Brentod Wooley dead at a Lubbock hospital, after he was airlifted from Plainview.
The Plainview Daily Herald spoke with Wooley's aunt. Bridget Hall tells the paper Wooley has been fighting asthma for years. She says he loved basketball and even with asthma, he still tried to play football.
A love fund has been set up at Wells Fargo Bank. The family is still making funeral arrangements.
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