Parents urge public to come forward as investigation continues into toddler’s death

The Hawaii island family whose 3-year-old boy died while in foster care is seeking answers, and hopes someone out there has information on their son’s last days.

On Tuesday, a judge lifted parts of a gag order, which means the family is now allowed to talk.

The Hawaii Police Department says on July 25, paramedics were called to the foster home in Waimea, where they tried to revive Fabian Garett-Garcia, who was not breathing. The toddler was rushed to North Hawaii Community Hospital where he died.