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The grieving family of an Ohio teen who was crushed to death in a minivan last week stormed out of a meeting with Cincinnati leaders Tuesday, with the boy’s uncle scolding a councilmember and angrily shouting the man had “crossed the line.”
Kyle Plush’s family sat in the front row for five hours as city leaders, including law enforcement officials, detailed issues with the 911 center while hearing testimony from current and former employees, according to FOX19.
The article goes on to state the following:
But it was at the end of the meeting, when Councilman Wendell Young attempted to summarize the hours-long discussion as “everything that could possibly go wrong went wrong,” that members of the Plush family erupted.
“I suspect that there will be attempts to do what the law allows to be done to try to, in some way, to make up for what happened with you. But there’s no amount of money that’s going to make you happy,” Young said.
The councilman kept speaking, saying “I believe that there’s no amount of blame that’s going to make the situation better. So I think at the end…” before Kyle’s uncle stood up, cut him off and began shouting.
“You know what, stop this right here,” he said. “This is the most insensitive thing I’ve ever heard! You guys were doing wonderful ’til this guy started talking. I’m tired. You’ve crossed the line! You have crossed the line.”
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