So we was not able to tell the employees how hot he felt. The employees should have monitored him. Instead they just let him to die slowly.
It is not clear what the outcome of the investigation became. However it is clear that some kind of adjustment of the treatment approach should have been implemented. 12 years were all he was given. It was too short a time for any child.
May he find peace where he is now.
- Disabled Boy May Have Died Of Heatstroke -- Independent Investigations Continue (Seattle Times)
- Questions surround death of boy. (Seattle Times)