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  • Parents of brain dead toddler fight to keep him on life support in Roseville

    Nathaniel Stinson and Jonee Fonseca, the parents of 2-year-old Israel Stinson, are fighting to keep him on life support at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. The toddler suffered cardiac arrest April 1, 2016, following an asthma attack and has been declared irreversibly brain dead by three physicians.

Nathaniel Stinson and Jonee Fonseca, the parents of 2-year-old Israel Stinson, are fighting to keep him on life support at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. The toddler suffered cardiac arrest April 1, 2016, following an asthma attack and has been declared irreversibly brain dead by three physicians. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee
Nathaniel Stinson and Jonee Fonseca, the parents of 2-year-old Israel Stinson, are fighting to keep him on life support at Kaiser Permanente in Roseville. The toddler suffered cardiac arrest April 1, 2016, following an asthma attack and has been declared irreversibly brain dead by three physicians. Claudia Buck The Sacramento Bee

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