A recent father who moved to Massachusetts with his family now is distressed by the loss of his daughter who died due to influenza-related complications.
Sopheak Paak told CBS Boston that his 4 daughters Puthiraksmey had fallen weeks. On Tuesday – when her temperature reached 99 degrees and the girl was reported with cough blood, WCVB reported – Paak removed her from the Lowell General Hospital, where she claimed the doctors ordered Puthiraksmey to take Tylenol and sent the pair home.
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But in time, his condition worsened. On Saturday, Paak decided to call an ambulance.
"I tried to call emergency 91
Puthiraksmey died on that day, he told the news station. State health officials confirmed that death to CBS Boston was the third pediatric flu-related death in the state during the 2018-2019 flu season.
But Paak told WCVB that he was still waiting for official autopsy results before the death of Puthiraksmey In fact, flu-related. Paak said that young women could contact an illness before moving to the US from Cambodia, recalling to WHDH that she had an allergic seizure reaction about a week before her illness.
Paak said his daughter was happy about studying and going to school. He added that when his family is a US migrant, they hope for a better life.
"We hope to live here here all will be good," he added.
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In a statement at CBS Boston, a spokeswoman for Lowell General Hospital was called the girl's death "tragedy."
"We offer our deepest sympathy and sympathy for the family because of their daughter's destruction." the hospital said in a statement, dropping to comment due to privacy rules.