Family finally getting answers on daughters death

BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - On June 9th, 2011 Kelsey Sue Anderson,19, of Orofino, Idaho committed suicide while serving in Guam for the Air Force.

Her parents,Chris and Sue Anderson, were supposed to receive a full report from the Air Force, but it didn't come for over two years. They filed a lawsuit to get a hold of it ,and it came almost two weeks before they were to appear in Federal Court in Boise on August 8th.

Even with the report the Andersons might still go to the hearing to get answers from the military.

" All we want is the Air Force to do is to admit neglect, and say they were at fault, and they won't do that yet," said Chris Anderson. Because we don't want anyone else to go through this cause no one should have to go through this."

in the report Chris says they are getting some answers on what happened prior to her death. He notes that her sidearm was taken away at one point. He is wondering if the Air Force should have done something to prevent it from happening.

"She was crying before she went to work. This is all in the report. Her eyes were swollen and her hair was all messed up and she wasn't put together. This is what really bothers me is they give her a gun and put her to work anyways."

Chris hopes the Air Force will admit fault in how they handled the situation and hopes they take steps to prevent it from happening to others.