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  • Brain-dead Vacaville toddler leaves U.S. for treatment, attorney says

    Israel Stinson, a 2-year-old declared brain dead by three Sacramento-area physicians, was airlifted to an undisclosed country for treatment on May 21, 2016. Parents hope the move is temporary so he can return to the U.S. for long-term care. Attorney Kevin Snider, of the Pacific Justice Institute, said the family's court case over the boy's brain death diagnosis may not be over.

Israel Stinson, a 2-year-old declared brain dead by three Sacramento-area physicians, was airlifted to an undisclosed country for treatment on May 21, 2016. Parents hope the move is temporary so he can return to the U.S. for long-term care. Attorney Kevin Snider, of the Pacific Justice Institute, said the family's court case over the boy's brain death diagnosis may not be over. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com
Israel Stinson, a 2-year-old declared brain dead by three Sacramento-area physicians, was airlifted to an undisclosed country for treatment on May 21, 2016. Parents hope the move is temporary so he can return to the U.S. for long-term care. Attorney Kevin Snider, of the Pacific Justice Institute, said the family's court case over the boy's brain death diagnosis may not be over. Claudia Buck cbuck@sacbee.com

Brain-dead toddler airlifted from Sacramento to foreign country

May 23, 2016 8:24 AM

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