There has already been a coroner's inquest and it returned a verdict which was more or less that.I'll have to reserve judgment until I actually read an autopsy report and get some more details from the cops and other students but right now it sounds like another case of a kid getting fucked over because it took so long to get his emergency medication, then everybody got scared to use the other available Epi-Pens because of muh liability and so they instead stood around with their thumbs up their asses.
Apparently, there was a "spreadsheet error" which means human error to me which led to the out of date medicine.
Then after the first didn't work they incorrectly thought they couldn't administer another for ten minutes.
Just another bongland disaster where they take away your rights to take care of yourself and then kill you with bureaucratic stupidity, although I could easily see this happening in the U.S. because the U.S. educational system is full of bongland tier idiots too.
In reality, if a kid needs something where it needs to be immediately administered or they fucking die, they have it on them at all times, not in a locked filing cabinet where some failure who couldn't get a real EMT job has to be woken up from a drunken stupor to administer it minutes later.the epipen thing was a mistake on the school's part. Obviously they should have used an unexpired pen from another kit since there were so many others available.
But no, nobody is allowed to have so much as an aspirin for any reason at all.