"The fact that Declan died in this tragic accident means we didn't do all we can," Swarbrick said. "There's no attempt or no interest in moving away from the fact that we should have, we must have, been able to do something to protect Declan. We'll think about that the rest of our lives.
"The process worked one day and didn't work the next," Swarbrick said. "I don't know all the information that went into the Wednesday decision. That's why we're doing an investigation.Who knew what about the wind? Who made the decisions? Were the right people engaged?"
Ultimately, though, the decision on firings in this matter will come from higher authorities than Swarbrick.