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Missing boy Francisco Hernandez Jr., 13, lives in subway system for 11 days


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An autistic Brooklyn teenager who spent 11 days riding subway trains said Tuesday he went underground because he was too afraid to go home.

 

Speaking in a whisper, 13-year-old Francisco Hernandez Jr. said he got in trouble at school, and "I was afraid I was going to get punished at home."

 

His mom, Marisela Garcia, said he has pulled this kind of stunt before.

 

"He disappeared for five hours and we found him in the train," she said. "I tell him, if something bothers you, please tell me, so I can help you. Don't run to the trains."

 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/ny_local/2009/11/24/2009-11-24_missing_boy_francisco_hernandez_jr_13_lives_in_subway_system_for_11_days.html#ixzz0XsZd3PVA

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11 days in the subway. I wonder if this boy is a railfan? Anyways, 11 days is too long for a boy to go missing.

 

(J)ust as long as he's ok and with his fam but I think he broke the Record for Railfaning

 

He probably wasn't even a railfan, but if he was, he pwned us all and made us look like foamers :P

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You know, Asperger's is one tricky disorder. Our compulsive and repetitive behavior help pretty much with alot of things. I have a slight case, (my friend also with a slight case). This boy has it bad but it helped him alot. I can say that.

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