In the weeks after their son was killed, the Lov family’s hopes of seeing him again grew dimmer.
They finally made it to a doctor in the early days of his illness and learned that the doctor was unable to give them any answers.
“I had been told the truth, I was told that he wasn’t coming back,” their daughter, Tracey Lov, told the Washington Post.
“And I didn’t think that was the case.
I felt like my father was in heaven, he had been waiting for this day for almost 20 years.
But I just knew, I had to go and see him.
We just didn’t know what to expect. “
When we finally did see him, we found him in a coma.
We just didn’t know what to expect.
We were in disbelief.”
On Feb. 5, 2009, they arrived in Texas.
When they opened the gate, they were surprised to see the dead body of their son lying on the grass outside.
The Lov family was shocked and devastated.
“It was almost like we had gone to a movie,” Tracey said.
“We were really, really, totally shocked.
And it was just such a relief to know that my son was alive.
We knew he was, but we didn’t have a clue where he was.”
It was in the last week of January that the family was reunited with the boy’s body.
The coroner told the family that he could not say if they had found a match to the body.
“He told us, ‘We don’t have that data yet, but you know we think you may have a match,'” Tracey told ABC News.
Tracey says that the hospital told her that they were “not looking for a match,” but she was told it was important to be prepared. “
It took about two weeks to find out if they did, and they did.
Because he wasn