PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Attorneys for a Warrenton boy killed in 2017 are suing Oregon’s youngster welfare agency, alleging the relate failed to prevent the 15-year-primitive’s loss of life.
The Oregonian/OregonLive stories the lawsuit filed Tuesday seeks $3.4 million for the surviving family members of Trevor Secord.
The Warrenton Excessive College pupil died in January 2017 after a pickup truck struck and killed him whereas he used to be spirited with friends.
The lawsuit alleges case workers on the Department of Human Products and services uncared for crimson flags earlier than he died.
Trevor used to be hospitalized in August 2016 for alcohol poisoning with a blood alcohol stage greater than five events the coolest restrict for adults however the complaint says a case worker determined now not to investigate further. The lawsuit identifies Trevor by a atypical closing establish, Crossgrove.
A spokesperson for the youngster welfare agency didn’t right away reply to a message attempting for comment.
Knowledge from: The Oregonian/OregonLive, http://www.oregonlive.com