The urgent care building in Renton where Kaloni Bolton’s sister first took her for treatment. (Photo courtesy of KIRO 7 TV)
Twelve-year-old Kaloni Bolton had been to the Renton Landing Urgent Care for her asthma in the past, so when she started having breathing issues on Dec. 29, 2020, that’s where her older sister took her for help. But, according to Kaloni Bolton’s father, Kevin Bolton, and his attorney Evan Oshan with Oshan and Associates, help was nowhere to be found.
According to federal and state complaints filed this week, when Kaloni arrived at The Renton Landing Urgent Care she was directed to the North Benson Urgent Care Clinic. Both clinics are operated by Valley Medical Center.
“When she went to North Benson Urgent Care Clinic, she was essentially told to wait in the car, which is what she did,” said Evan Oshan, the family attorney. “She waited in the car for at least a half hour, and eventually she received some treatment. She became non-responsive. Ultimately, she went to Seattle Children’s Hospital where she was transferred, and she was pronounced dead several days later.”
Now, in complaints filed this week with the U.S. Department of Justice, Washington Human Rights Commission, and Washington Medical Board, Kaloni’s father Kevin and his attorney are demanding answers from Valley Medical Center.
“I want to know what happened to my angel,” Kevin Bolton said in an interview.
He didn’t find out what happened until after Kaloni had…