The family’s attorney confirmed that the little girl died at 8:39 p.m. on Friday.
‘My niece came out of the lunchroom eating a sandwich. They say she was
choking. She was holding her throat,’ said Carlos Santiago,
Noelia-Lisa’s uncle to ABC7.
‘I want the school really, really come and give me the answer. And I
want them to tell me the reason they let my daughter, be like that in
the hospital, and nobody coming to tell me,’ said the girl’s mother Ana
from his job because it is against company policy to make a stop without
patient last Wednesday with his partner when they were flagged down at a
red light by a distraught man.
an elderly person so he decided to step in and try to save the girl’s
‘She was blue in the face and lips. No response. Unconscious unresponsive,’ Reid said.
blue since no one at the school tried to help her before he arrived.
help the girl, says given the opportunity he would have made the same
decision all over again.
‘I don’t regret it,’ Reid said. ‘I’d do it again. If I know there’s a
child choking, I’m going to do my best to help her,’ he added.
organization is more concerned about insurance money than they are the
well being of people in need.
‘Speaking on behalf of the teachers and staff of P.S. 250,’ Principal
RoseAnn LaCioppa wrote in a letter to parents of the school, ‘I want to
reassure you that our school personnel has been trained in response to
emergencies and we will always follow all protocols and procedures to
ensure the safety of all our students.’
‘I’m troubled about the amount of time, it took to call 911,’ Perecman said.
‘With the little information we have, it appears there was a 911 phone
call at about 2:30. But that’s the same time that the EMT called 911.
And if that’s the case, that means he’s the first person to call 911.
And if he’s the first person to call 911, then the school did not.’
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