(CBS NEWS) — The death of a 7-year-old girl at school from a peanut allergy has raised questions about a school’s responsibility in treating kids with food allergies.

Two days ago, Ammaria Johnson died after suffering an allergic reaction at Hopkins Elementary School in Chesterfield Country, Va., WTVR CBS 6 in Richmond reported. The death is still being investigated, but Johnson’s mother told WTVR she learned from the school principal and a doctor that the allergy was to a peanut product.

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