Helmet 'would have saved' dead boy
The father of a Queensland boy who died after falling off a modified ride on mower says he believes a helmet would have saved his son's life.
Jake Garrett Pratt, 12, lost control of the mower when a rear axle chain broke while Generika Levitra 10mg he rode Tren 75 Pills Side Effects down a steep driveway on his mother and step father's rural property near Gympie in March last year.
An inquest on Wednesday was told Jake was not wearing a helmet or any safety gear 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone when he was thrown through a barbed wire fence, landing in a neighbour's property.
One focus of the inquest was the increasing popularity of ride on mower racing and safety guidelines, however Counsel Assisting the Coroner Peter De Waard says there's so suggestion Jake was racing.
Mr De Waard said Jake's mother and step father's decision to let him drive unsupervised was "unsound" but he did not believe it was an indictable offence.
He said Jake would have survived if he had been riding on flat Testosterone Enanthate Pills For Sale ground.
The tragedy could have also been avoided if the mower had been properly maintained, he added.
Mr De Waard said Jake's stepfather has testified in a statement that no mechanical inspections had been carried out on the 27 year old mower purchased Testosterone Cypionate Steroid from Jake's best friend only eight days before the accident.
The boy's father, Cameron Pratt, says Jake's mother and stepfather had a duty of care in ensuring he wore a helmet and that the modifications were up to safety standards.
"My personal belief is if he was wearing a helmet he may be here today," Mr Pratt told reporters outside the court.
"I'm "buy cheap jintropin online" hoping a parent or parents in the same situation who have a ride on, that they do the correct modifications that are in place with ride on racing.