Parents seek answers for son’s concussion, suicide

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Parents seek answers for son’s concussion, suicide

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Michelle and Gil Trenum are convinced that their son’s suicide is a result of a concussion he suffered two days before he hung himself in his room.
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Gil Trenum wears bracelets honoring his son, Austin.
Trenum family/Associated Press
Austin Trenum was hurt when he tackled a quarterback near the sidelines during Brentsville High’s game against Handley some 11 months ago.

Parents seek answers for son’s concussion, suicide

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Luis M. Alvarez/Associated Press
Michelle and Gil Trenum are convinced that their son’s suicide is a result of a concussion he suffered two days before he hung himself in his room.
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Luis M. Alvarez/Associated Press
Gil Trenum wears bracelets honoring his son, Austin.
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Trenum family/Associated Press
Austin Trenum was hurt when he tackled a quarterback near the sidelines during Brentsville High’s game against Handley some 11 months ago.
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