An 11-year-old boy died in a bad weather in Texas, USA on February 16. The mother blames the deaths of her son’s electricity suppliers and demands multimillion-dollar compensation.
Maria Pineda is convinced that her child has died of hypothermia. The family of the sixth-grader appealed to the court a lawsuit for $ 100 million.
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The boy froze under several blankets
Maria Pineda claims to be Christian fell asleep on the bed under several blankets together with his three-year-old brother.
The next day she found the boy unconscious, the woman called an ambulance and tried to give the child artificial respiration all the time before her arrival.
Unfortunately, the sixth-grader was not rescued. Doctors who arrived on call stated his death.
The day before his death, Christian played in the snow for the first time in his life
The mother also said that their family emigrated from Honduras to the United States two years ago. According to her, Christian was completely healthy as well the day before his death, he played in the snow for the first time in his life.
Maria Pineda is convinced that her son died of hypothermia, because the day before their apartment, like millions of others, was cut off from electricity and heat.
The family has filed a lawsuit for 100 million
Christian Pineda’s family filed a lawsuit for $ 100 million to Jefferson District Court.
The boy’s family accused the Texas Power Supply Board and Entergy of gross negligence.
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