A father who has recently moved to Massachusetts with her family is now losing the loss of her young daughter who died because of complications associated with flu.
Sopheak Paak told Boston CBS that his 4-year-old daughter, Puthiraksmey, had fallen sick last week. On Tuesday – when he reached his 99-degree temperature and the young girl was told that blood was coughing, WCVB said – Paak took her to Lowell General Hospital, where he alleged that doctors instruct Puthiraksmey to take Tylenol and her send to home.
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But days later, exacerbate her condition. On Saturday, Paak decided to call for an ambulance.
"I tried to call 911 [for an] crisis, "Paak at WCVB."[I told them], & I do not know how to help. & # 39; "
Puthiraksmey died later that day, told the news station. Later, state health officials confirmed the death to Boston CBS as the third flu-related pediatric death in the state during the 2018-2019 flu season.
But Paak told WCVB that he was still waiting for the official autopsy results before the death of Puthiraksmey was really associated with flu. Paak expressed concerns that the young girl could contact illness before moving to the U.S. from Cambodia, remembering WHDH that she had an allergic reaction to seafood about a week before she became ill.
Paak said her daughter enjoyed learning and going to school. He added that when his family emigrated to U.S., they hoped for a better life.
"We hope by living here, everything will be good," he added.
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In a statement to CBS Boston, a spokeswoman for Lowell General Hospital called the "tragic woman" death.
"We offer our deepest condolences and deepest condolences to the family for losing their daughter's violence," said the hospital in a statement, refusing to give further attention due to privacy rules.