A 10-year-old boy died following a scuffle with another juvenile during a basketball game at a California trampoline park.

Anthony Duran was playing basketball at the Rockin' Jump trampoline park in Merced on April 13 when he got into a physical altercation with another child. Duran collapsed during the brief fight, prompting the other youngster to run away from the scene, according to the Fresno Bee.

Duran was administered CPR by bystanders at the scene until first responders arrived. The boy was then transported to the hospital but did not survive.

The Merced Police Department began investigating the incident and retrieved surveillance footage from the trampoline park. They also spoke to roughly 35 witnesses about the altercation between the two juveniles to confirm the cause of their fight.

"The incident was captured on the establishment's security video. Detectives reviewed the video surveillance and obtained statements from 35 people including staff, parents, and children who were at the scene when the incident occurred," the police department said in a press release issued Monday.

Police identified the other youth involved in the incident and said they have been in touch with the parents. However, they didn't reveal his name or age.

Officials were awaiting autopsy results to determine the cause of Duran's death. It also remains unclear whether charges will be filed against the other youth in the case.

"The Merced Police Department is reviewing this incident with the Merced County District Attorney to determine if charges will be filed," the police department added.

Meanwhile, officials urged the public to contact officials if they have any information related to the incident.

Friends and family members of the deceased boy gathered at the trampoline park Monday and pled for answers regarding his death.

"He played football. He was in boxing. He just finished basketball. He had no health problems," family friend Nellie Barragan told NBC15. "That's what they're saying is that maybe it was a medical condition. It was not."

Duran's mother works as a nurse and plans to donate her son's organs, according to people close to the family. Relatives also set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds to "give him a proper burial."

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