3-year-old Madison boy dies of head i...

3-year-old Madison boy dies of head injuries

There are 3 comments on the Post-Standard story from Mar 1, 2008, titled 3-year-old Madison boy dies of head injuries. In it, Post-Standard reports that:

Three-year-old Aadon B. Olmstead died at 1:10 p.m. today at SUNY Health Science Center while a benefit for him was being held in Chittenango.

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Linda

Lowville, NY

#1 Mar 4, 2008
My sympathy goes out to the family and friends. I hope Jesse Snow stays in jail forever. I am so sick of people hurting little children who cannot defend themselves. Step up America. We need more help to protect our innocent little children. STOP child abuse.
robkimball

Staten Island, NY

#2 Mar 14, 2008
please visit freewebs.com/aadon

its Aadons site to keep his memory alive and raise awareness. thank you for all your support!
retired emt

Abingdon, VA

#3 Apr 20, 2008
What a tragedy, such a young child. As a chaplain calls like these are on the rise, someone must take a stand and help these children, my son had a head injury years ago (from an auto wreck in Canastota) and we were at SUNY-Syracuse for a long time, could not imagine the loss of a child. Our prayers and thoughts to all.

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