May 19 2015 6:30pm

Inquest into high schooler’s death highlights risk of head injuries

Rowan Stringer was just 17 year old when, as captain of her high school rugby team, she played through the pain after hitting her head. The result was deadly. After a second hit, she died — killed by something called second impact syndrome. The inquest into her death is something all parents and athletes should pay attention to. Mike Le Couteur reports.

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