EXCLUSIVE: Ethan Crumbley collapses in the back room of Oxford diner in 2020

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Accused school shooter Ethan Crumbley collapsed last year while working at a local diner in an bizarre, unexplained incident captured on video. Footage, obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, shows the 15-year-old stumbling into the back room of the 5-1 Diner in Oxford before falling to the ground. The incident occurred  at 11am on September 20, 2020 as the boy had been filling in for another employee at the restaurant, where he’d worked on seven or eight other occasions, according to the owner.  Video shows Ethan enter the room wobbly on his feet. He sways erratically from side to side while flailing his arms, then collapses and slams head-first into a cabinet.

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