CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - The family of a Seven Hills student found dead in his van has released another statement.
"Although I am shielding myself from the news because I am not ready to hear all the details surrounding his final moments before he passed on to heaven, our family does seek to understand what happened and honor Kyle's memory in a way that promotes positive changes in others lives," the statement reads, in part.
This statement, released Thursday, mirrors a sentiment in the family's previous statement, released shortly after Kyle Plush's tragic death.
That statement read, in part: "We respect the media's need for information and we thank them for continuing to ask questions about what happened to Kyle, as we also have questions and want answers."
The 16-year-old was found dead in his van near Seven Hills school recently, despite efforts to call 911.
Thursday's comments come after the family stormed out of a City Council hearing upon hearing a city official discuss legal action and potential compensation for the 16-year-old's death.
Both statements can be read in full below.
Here is Thursday's full statement:
Here is the family's previous statement: