While a paramedic took Landon's pulse at home, he was pronounced brain dead on August 18 after spending days in the hospital in a coma. Camryn found that he was registered as an organ donor. "He always put others above himself," she said. "Even in death he cared about people."
As she tearfully recalled her last farewell in the hospital, Camryn pointed out the comforting signs she noticed during his stay in the hospital, including the fact that he was in room 22 and that he was at 2: 10 p.m. was declared brain dead. The number matters to the couple when they got married on June 22nd.
While leaving no note, "I know Landon," said Camryn. "I know he wasn't thinking rationally. He's a very impulsive person. He always was and he does things without thinking and I think he felt guilty about how everything went over the last year and I think he does Just felt like a burden and like we would be better off without him, which is so far from the truth and I wish he had known. I'm heartbroken. Collette is confused. Without him, there is no way we are better off. "
"If he knew everything that would follow after doing what he did, he would not have done it," she said, fighting back tears. "That's why I'm here to tell his story, because there are so many people who need to hear what comes next."