He’d, hung on, for long as he possibly could already, and now, at least, he’s, no longer, in pain! Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…
The seven-year-old young boy, Huang refused to do the move of dual sleeve hang in a judo class outside of school, the coach, He forced the child to complete the moves, the coach was suspected of slamming the child over his shoulders, throwing his body onto the mats, and told another boy, Liao, to body slam the child too, causing Huang to hit his head on the floors, and sustained traumatic head injuries; the Taichung D.A.’s Office prosecuted the coach, He on charges of severe injuries by physical assault, suggested to the courts to hand down a severe sentence. After more than seventy days of emergency resuscitation, the child died last night, the parents agreed to get the child unplugged, they’d melted down beside his hospital bed.
The hospital stated, that in the last few days, there was, a clear drop in blood pressures, and pulse in the child, that it’d not looked, optimistic at all, they’d notified his parents to be there at around nine in the evening last night, which they’d agreed to terminate his life-support and stop resuscitation. The boy went to the hospital more than seventy days ago, when they’d started working on him, and he’d still, died, the hospital staff were also, grief-struck.
On the sixth, Huang’s father only posted on FB, that he’d just had a birthday, and his only hope was that his son could wake up, safe and healthy again.
At the start of the month, the Fengyuan Hospital stated, that the child is in a level three comatose, with deteriorating functioning to his brain, digestive systems, and still needed to be on the respirators.
Huang’s mother stated then, “I believe, that justice will be served for my own young son, and I want the coach to take responsibility too.” She’d felt unfair, of how the coach was out on bail, and her own son is in the ICU, battling life and death.
The father of the child wrote on FB on the sixth, that from April 21st to date, my Super Mario, Wei-Wei, you’d been brave and strong all the way, during this time, you’d gained a ton of emotional support online, for us.”
Huang stated then, that he was grateful for everybody’s support, that he believed, that his son will improve, that as he’d past his birthday on June 1st, he only has one wish: that his son will wake up healthy again, this would make him happiest, he believed, that his wish will come true, hoped that the online community can keep on sending the goodwill to his son.
And so, this, is how this young boy died, and, it’s still due to the coach’s lacking in emotional control, and, the boy fought hard, and, still died, and, this family suffered, a huge loss. It’s, truly, tragic!