A tragic accident injury 29. may of last year when the Houston Astros took against the Chicago Cubs in the american baseball league, MLB.
the Chicago Cubs center fielder Albert Almora, Jr. did not properly take on a ball. On the unlucky show was a two-year-old girl in the stands hit by the ball in the head.
She's got a fractured skull and treated seven months later, the remains of the damage. It writes the Houston-the local paper, Houston Chronicle.
- She has a injury on the part of the brain, and it is permanent, says attorney Richard Mithoff, who represents the family.
He explains at the same time, to hjerneskaden has affected her central nervous system in a way that the doctors are comparing with a stroke.
the Family has not started court proceedings against the Houston Astros, according to the lawyer.
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the Chicago Cubs' Albert Almora Jr. was out of himself, after he found out that the ball had hit a little girl in the stands. Photo: David J. Phillip/Ritzau Scanpix
Photo: David J. Phillip/Ritzau Scanpix
the Girl and her family sat just outside of the area, which was protected by a net, which was to take against the errant balls.
Three months after the accident keen Houstron Astros an even larger network, among other things, to cover the area where the family sat.
In december, announced the Major League Baseball that all 30 stadiums in the league will have larger extended networks in 2020.
Richard Mithoff says that the family is satisfied with the communication from Major League Baseball, as well as that it is a very important step forward.
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