Hypothetically speaking or I heard this someplace:
A 21 year-old is not feeling well for a couple of days, fever, cough, shortness of breath. Because he is in a boot camp-like situation, he is run (as in really running with his own 2 feet) to the clinic for medical attention. Once there he stands in line awaiting his turn to be seen. He is observed by the clinic staff to not look well when he arrived. After some time in line he passes out, falls to the hard floor, and strikes his head. Unconscious he is taken by rescue squad to a local hospital from the clinic. There he is diagnosed with bleeding in his head, a direct result of passing out and hitting his head on the floor. He dies as a result of his head injury. He is also found to have a pneumonia involving his entire right lung, all 3 lobes, the reason he had been un-well.
Is his death a homicide (death at the hands of another) because of neglect to what would be considered appropriate medical attention (or lack of appropriate medical attention) by the medical providers at the clinic? (Remember for a Coroner Homicide does not necessarily mean murder)