Girl hit by foul ball has permanent brain injury, lawyer says


The attorney for the family of a two year old struck in the head by a foul ball at an Astros cubs game in Houston last season says the girl has permanent brain damage ABC's Ryan burl reports on that one works is laid out it was a dramatic scene at Houston's minute maid park in may of fall ball whipped by cubs outfielder Albert Elmore a junior into the stands hit it hit each a young child is the attorney for the family says the girl suffered a brain injury that links are at risk of seizures for life Richard myth off tells the Houston Chronicle the entry impacted the girl central nervous system similar to that of a stroke no legal action has been taken by the family yet this season all thirty major league baseball teams plan to extend protective netting down the

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