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100 Percent Fed Up reports – He was a 17-year-old high school senior, a varsity soccer player, and an honor roll student enrolled in an EMT program at a community college. But, most importantly, Jack Snyder was a good human being.

The good Samaritan was killed last Friday night by two children, a 14-year-old and a 13-year-old, who Snyder was trying to help when he offered to give them a ride home after spotting them in the bitter cold on his way home from his girlfriend’s birthday party in Battle Creek, MI.

The two young boys shot the 17-year-old honor student twice during an attempted carjacking.

Both of the suspects have been arrested. The 14-year-old boy will be charged as an adult.

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Daily Mail reports that Jack Snyder was found lying next to his car at around 12:10 a.m. the morning of January 17 in Battle Creek after he was shot in an attempted carjacking, according to police.

EMTs and medical personnel tried to revive the 17-year-old in subzero temperatures, but Snyder was declared dead at the scene.

Battle Creek Police Sergeant Jeff Case said in a press conference earlier this week that Snyder’s desire to help led to his death.

“The victim was trying to be a good Samaritan by giving them a ride with the cold temperatures. I do know that he resisted the carjacking. So again, he was trying to help out but wasn’t going to give over the car,” Case said.

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