By JANET HAYES / ASSOCIATED PRESS The parents of a 2-year-old who died from pneumonia last year were left devastated by the tragedy, but they weren’t given any help to help their child through it.
The story of Jennifer and David Hill and their daughter Julia was released in February and garnered more than $300,000 in donations to the Julia Hill Foundation, which helps educate children with special needs.
In a new book, the Hill family tells their story of how they were left with a mountain of questions as to what could have been done differently to save their daughter’s life.
Their book, A Child’s Dream, tells the story of the Hills as they tried to find answers.
In the book, Jennifer Hill tells her story about how she struggled with her daughter’s health, which was exacerbated by a bout of pneumonia.
Jennifer Hill says she and her husband, David, went to the hospital for a CT scan and saw her daughter had a pulmonary embolism.
Jennifer and her doctor thought the worst.
They believed her daughter would survive, but Jennifer says she felt that the hospital was trying to push her down.
David Hill says that the nurses didn’t know about her daughter and how she was doing, and she felt like they were trying to put her down for nothing.
“I was terrified of them, and it took all of us to keep her alive,” Jennifer Hill said.
She said that when the nurses and doctors came to the bedside, they told her to take her daughter to the bathroom and that she should wash her face.
She says that they tried everything to keep the child from getting infected, including asking the nurses to do an x-ray of her face and the doctors to give her antibiotics to try to prevent infections.
Jennifer says the nurses told her that she would be dead within 24 hours.
“They said it was going to be a long, hard life.
I was scared, and I wanted to die,” Jennifer said.
But Jennifer says that she was determined to live.
She got a CT and an MRI and then an X-ray and that’s when they told me that her lungs were collapsing, and the whole thing was just terrible.
“David Hill said that he thought the nurses were trying “to push me down for the money” and that he and Jennifer were “trying to take my daughter’s right to die away.
“Jennifer Hill was taken to the emergency room and immediately declared dead.
But when she was brought back to the family home, Jennifer’s parents say that she had pneumonia and had been in the hospital a few days before the pneumonia.
They say they were told that her temperature had dropped to 37 degrees.
David says that after she arrived home, she was given antibiotics to stop the pneumonia, but that they also gave her antibiotics for her to help with her cough.
David said that the doctors told Jennifer that she could die and that her heart rate was low.
David and Jennifer Hill say that they thought they were going to die from pneumonia and that the family doctor gave them antibiotics to keep their daughter alive.
David also said that they were given the wrong antibiotics.
The hospital told them that the wrong antibiotic was prescribed for Jennifer because she was a patient in the emergency department.
The Hill family was told that the antibiotics prescribed for the pneumonia weren’t for Jennifer, but for another patient.
We had the best of intentions and we did our best, but there were no options, there was no answers,” David Hill told The AP. “
It’s really heartbreaking.
We had the best of intentions and we did our best, but there were no options, there was no answers,” David Hill told The AP.
David had a stroke in January 2017 and has been hospitalized ever since.
He is now in his early 90s.
He said that Julia was given a shot of prednisone to prevent the pneumonia from spreading.
“She was given prednisones for pneumonia,” David said.
He says that his daughter suffered from pneumonia for about three months before she died.
David recalls that she wasn’t allowed to go outside, so she stayed in the house, where she got pneumonia and a fever.
David’s daughter was admitted to a hospital, and his wife, Jennifer, was told to stay with her for three days.
David tells The AP that he was concerned about his daughter’s safety because he was worried about his wife.
Jennifer was discharged in March 2017 and was diagnosed with pneumonia.
David is also worried about Julia, because he didn’t think she would make it.
He told The American Press that he didn.
He and Jennifer had been together for 10 years and had a son and daughter.
“When she was diagnosed, I couldn’t believe it,” David told the AP.
“We thought it was a coincidence, but it was just a matter of time before she got sick.
We just wanted to get her well, and we couldn’t find a