Today With Sean O Rourke Monday 1 September 2014
On the 29th of January 2011, 14 year old Benjamin Robinson kitted out and went onto the field to play a rugby match for his school Carrickfergus Grammar against Dalriada.
During the game, Ben sustained injuries to his head.
Towards the end of the match, he collapsed on the field and later died in hospital.
A subsequent inquest found that Benjamin Robinson had died from Second Impact Syndrome, - probably the first diagnosed case of this in the UK.
Sean spoke recently about this tragedy to Ben’s parents, Karen and Peter.
The journey of the King family from Southampton General Hospital in the UK has ended in Sapin, in the hospital in Malaga.
Brett and Naghmeh King have a five year old son, Ashya, who has a brain tumour. They removed him from hospital without doctor’s consent after the treatment they sought was refused. Interpol issued a red alert for the family along with an arrest warrant for the parents.
Over the weekend, the father Brett, released a video on You Tube which showed him with Ashya.
And now Ashay’s older brother has also posted a video showing the medical support they made sure Ashya had.
Joining Sean on the phone from the Costa Del Sol was journalist Diarmaid Mac Dermott.