Cedarville, AR–A young boy was severely injured in a playground accident on August 18th, 2015, while playing at Cedarville Elementary.
Allegedly, the 7-year-old Zach Moore was found under a metal bench with severe head trauma. The hospital doctors reported that he had brain swelling, skull fractures, and an artery puncture wound. Moore was flown to the Children’s Hospital in Little Rock, where he remains in ICU.
Moore’s parents, Brooke and Josh, aren’t sure what caused the accident, and have been unable to obtain video footage from the Cedarville School District. Their attorney alleges that this violates the Freedom of Information Act. Zach’s father, Josh Moore, stated in a news article that Zach was still in danger of losing his life.
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