Terminix is fined $10m for leaving Delaware family-of-four brain damaged

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Date: March 30th, 2016

Category: Bizarre, Nutty News, Sad

termThe U.S. government fined Terminix companies $10 million on Tuesday over its workers spraying toxic pesticide methyl bromide at a U.S. Virgin Islands resort that nearly killed a family last year.

Steve Esmond, 49 his wife, Dr Theresa Devine, 48, and their two teenage sons fell seriously ill during their stay at the Sirenusa Condominium Resort on the Caribbean island of St. John last year.

The family were airlifted to separate hospitals in Philadelphia after suffering major respiratory trauma and seizures, with 11th and ninth grade sons, Sean and Ryan, in critical care. 

Sean and Ryan ended up suffering permanent neurological damage while their parents had to undergo therapy.  More

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One Response to “Terminix is fined $10m for leaving Delaware family-of-four brain damaged”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Hulk Hogan gets $145m for a leaked video. These 4 people get 10m for permanent brain damage? Doesn’t seem right.

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