- A Southern California family sued a medical centre for abuse, negligence and wrongful death after alleging their mother was found in disturbing, unsanitary conditions, including larva in her body.
- She was dealing with diabetes and other conditions, according to a copy of the lawsuit.
A medical center is being sued by Southern California family for an abuse, negligence and wrongful death, after alleging their mother was found in disturbing, unsanitary conditions, including larva in her body, when she was being treatment for Covid-19.
“I never thought taking her to the centre would be the last day I would see her alive and well,” said Carolina Mijango, daughter of Covarrubias. The family shared a video of their mother at the facility.
She was dealing with diabetes and other conditions, according to a copy of the lawsuit.
After Covarrubias’ admission, her family began to get her routine check-ins via FaceTime. Family members said they noticed her condition getting worse over the period.
Covarrubias’s family could visit her in person after days of hospitalization when she got recovered from Covid-19.
According to the law, Carolina’s brother Manuel saw motion in their mother’s nose and found maggots on closer inspection.
“He removes the maggot from her nose. ” Mijangos told Los Angeles news. “He sees more maggots getting out of her nose. , Which is destroying her more.”
The family sued the hospital, and the nurses failed to provide consistent treatment for their mother’s preventable health conditions.
Covarrubias died on Aug. 21, 2020.News contacted the hospital’s spokesperson, but the spokesperson decided to not comment due to pending research.
“They told the news, it might be a fly that came into her nose and left droppings there,” Mijango told Los Angeles News. “
Both parties are ready to see each other in court in January of 2022.
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