Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles well now to the dangerous new viral trend making the rounds on Tic Tac. It's called the Skull Breaker Challenge. In two New Jersey students are now facing charges for doing it after seriously injuring another child. Aerial Russia is here in aerial. This has some big consequence. It sure does. Amy. It's yet another dangerous viral prank. Sweeping social media. The Skull Breaker challenge, already landing several kids in the hospital with serious injuries. Now a family from New Jersey is sharing their 13 year old son's story toe warn others. Videos like this 1 may only be a few seconds, but the frightening aftermath can last much longer. This skull breaker challenge is as dangerous as it sounds to people full and unsuspecting. Third into jumping into the air, kicking their feet right out from under them, all captured on video and shared on tic tac. After falling victim to the challenge, Stacey and Mark Shankar's son was rushed to the hospital. My son ended up having a seizure with the traumatic brain injury and a concussion with loss of consciousness. Now the two students who challenged the boy are facing assault charges. If you do something and you make a mistake, it could ruin your life forever. It could ruin somebody else's life forever. Authorities and doctor's warning the challenges. Putting those targeted at significant risk. If you hit head first, you can have a skull fracture, a hematoma on the outside of the skull or even bleeding within the brain. And the Shankar's son, not the only one suffering serious injuries resulting from the viral. Dare. I couldn't feel my hands. I couldn't feel my legs, My fee. Nothing. 13 year old Kathleen DeJesus was rushed to the hospital from her middle school in Massachusetts after being targeted by her peers. I was thinking like Oh my God, I'm going to lose my life for this game. I should have never done it. It's really harrowing to see those videos. And Tic Tac says it is removing all skull breaker videos from its platform. Authorities are now urging parents to talk to your kids about the dangers of these trends. They can seem funny, but as evidence by all of those stories, they are so dangerous and they have lasting consequences. Those videos air so hard to watch. I hope parents were listening. Thank you area Hi, everyone. George Stephanopoulos here. Thanks for checking out the ABC News YouTube channel. If you'd like to get more video show highlights and watch live event coverage, click on the right over here to subscribe to our channel. And don't forget to download the ABC News after breaking news alerts. Thanks for watching.