Kayden Culp, 10-year-old special needs boy, fighting for life after being set on fire: Juvenile in custody

WOAI – Kayden Culp took a turn for the worse Wednesday, according to his family. His organs are failing. He remains on life support in an induced coma at University Hospital.

More than 20 percent of Kayden’s body was burned, from his ears to his belly button.

Mack said the 10-year-old was playing in a field with two other children when one boy doused him with gasoline and another set him on fire off Wallace Street in Kerrville on Sunday afternoon. The floor of a shed also burned.