"It's amazing," said Blossing Mouko's film from the bark, to swim length with his friends, Quebec Coroner Louie Normandin said. "You see him, and you will not see him … It's very bad … We see everything, he has been delayed and committed."
Quebec Coroner, Louis Normandin's voice was full of emotion, when he described the security footage of 14-year-old Claudevy Mouch's Blessing, when Père Marquette's pool of Père Marquette spent two lengths on the morning of February 15.
The Normandin report was published on Monday. That morning, Moucoco, who could not swim, began to grow deeply on the skin, and went to the bottom of the swimming pool in a swimming pool. After twenty-eight minutes, he had noticed when he was missing. The boy took six days later for brain damage due to oxygen.
"It's very surprising" from the muzzle of the skin, to swim length with classmates, he said in Normandy. "You see it, and you have not seen him come back … It's very compact … We've seen everything, we've been delayed and committed. And my heart is dying because it's gone. And it's just 14 years. "
In his report, Normandin concluded Death of Mubarak It was unexpected but inevitable. The school recommended that it be canceled immediately for swimming programs, until it is guaranteed to supervise teachers and trainers. He even said avoidance avoidance coursesPrior to the training of swimming techniques, basic swimming courses offered by schools should be preferable.
That morning, Moukok participated with 18 classmates, a third swimming class in the municipal pool, within a gym class called Père Marquette.
The course was taught by a substitute teacher, they were assigned to teaching swimming pools, which did not pass swimming courses for their physical education. The duty of the person in charge was completely certified to help the substitute teacher, so that no one was offered anything.
After several police officers told him that Mouro could not swim, he was afraid of water, and the edge of the pool was tightened. Still, at 9:02, he made two lengths. He still had problems with the bottom surface, stopping and breathing twice.
Normans no one knew how, no lifeguards, no gym teachers, no classmates, noticed once more that Mouoco was sinking at the bottom of the pool. The lesson ended with a five-minute free swimming pool, with some swimmers on the ground floor, with diving diving, others embedded on their backs. At that time, the teacher and the spine's back were on the surface. No one was in custody, although some students used the diving board, the jury's notes.
Before going to the showers, the students went suddenly to give the teacher a lesson self-assessment. When it did not appear in Mouchoko, the teachers assumed that they had gone to the room of the change. (Surprisingly, he received four points from the four-fifths in his assessment at the teacher).
At 9:40 a.m., the students presented to the following classes began to gather in their depths. When they noticed something in the water, they thought it was a manikin. He warned the trainee, he went in and Mouciu held his heart detainee on his back.
They were taken to the hospital but the damages suffered were serious and irreversible. He died on February 21 in the days after the pool.
The punishments imposed by Moscow sisters will not pay any penalty, officials and medical officers (DPCP) said yesterday afternoon.
DPCP spokesman Jean Pascal Boucher said after investigating police investigation, "the prosecutor assigned to study this case reports to the deceased's family that Crown has not had any criminal stance."
Jean-Pierre Ménard, a lawyer representing the Mouko family, said he will be a family on Wednesday morning news. He did not say whether the family plans to present a civil court.
If the court recommends swimming courses, it would take 90 hours in the swimming instruction or be in possession of a 2nd grade teacher. Swimming training should be directed by a teacher, with quality care, because it is only to inspect the bathtubs, he said.
Junior Education Minister Isabelle Charest said the provincial government will not stop school swimming courses immediately, even though the government must follow the responsibility report.
"We are still discussing recommendations and we will discuss more about this issue," he said. "It's a tragic incident. I feel very sad and I feel like a family."
Montreal Mayor Valérie Plante called an unbearable tragedy for drugs. The Commission called to Montréal School (CSDM) to take the school board report and do not happen again.
"It breaks my heart, it's hard to think when that teacher happened, it's terribly terrible," he said. "So, make sure our kids know how to behave in water and make sure that school boards have enough resources to ensure everyone is safe."
"Our duty is to strengthen our practice so that it never happens again," said Catherine Harel Bourdon, president of CSDM.
Marian Scott and Philip Authier contributed to this report in the Montreal Magazine