2-Fatality HBOT Fire

14 Jun

Admittedly, the future for Francesco Martinizi (the boy who was very badly burned in a fire/explosion in a Florida HBOT clinic while apparently being “treated” for Cerebral Palsy), looked quite uncertain.

As I wrote previously:

Yes, this accident (fire/explosion) is tragic, very tragic. If Francesco indeed survives the injuries he’s apparently sustained, the next couple of months are likely to be very very rough. The situation certainly isn’t helped by the fact that there probably isn’t much in the way of good scientific evidence to support the notion that little 4 year-old Francesco should have ever been in such a facility in the first place.

His future is certain now. Francesco died Thursday.

Media reports:

Child Hurt In Chamber Explosion Dies In Hospital

Boy critically burned in Broward oxygen chamber explosion dies

Boy dies from injuries in hyperbaric chamber blast in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea

Boy injured in hyperbaric chamber blast dies

Previous entries at LBRB:

Fire, Fatal Injury, and Claims of Certification in an Independent HBOT Clinic

HBOT quackery maims 4 year old

Woman and child hurt in HBOT explosion

In Pace Requiescat, Francesco.

Question for commenters: What do you think about the mainstream media’s coverage of this fatality?

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4 Responses to “2-Fatality HBOT Fire”

  1. Kev June 14, 2009 at 19:45 #

    Poor lad. What an utter pointless waste.

  2. Sullivan June 15, 2009 at 00:00 #

    Poor little guy.

  3. cpu52362 June 16, 2009 at 23:44 #

    This is very upsetting, I was hoping for a good outcome for him recovering from the burns. Francesco, though I know you are no longer with us, I am really very sorry that you had to go through all these weeks of intensive care, to no avail.

  4. Interrobang July 27, 2009 at 21:58 #

    *sigh* Thanks for posting this, if for no other reason than this cerebrally palsied person will have something else to say the next time some crank suggests I should get it because it’ll make me all better or something. Never mind that biology doesn’t work like that, of course.

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