"Trevor Secord nearly died at 14. He drank so much liquor that his blood alcohol rose to a level that would have killed many adults. Emergency responders rushed him from Warrenton to a Portland hospital. Friends were so convinced he was going to die that they told his family about the adult who provided him alcohol.
Oregon child protection workers decided not to investigate.
The next time the Department of Human Services received a call about Trevor, the boy who dreamed of building shelters for homeless people was dead."
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