A 15 million dollar settlement was reached between the city of Sacramento and the parents of 13-year-old, Natalie Giorgi, who died in 2013 after taking a bite of an unlabeled rice krispies treat that had peanut butter mixed into it while on vacation at Camp Sacramento. She suffered anaphylactic shock from the exposure to peanuts, dying in her mother's arms even when multiple epinephrine injections were administered. Trial lawyer, Roger A. Dreyer, and parents Louis and Joanne Giorgi speak about their hopes that other similar deaths will be prevented in the future. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee
A 15 million dollar settlement was reached between the city of Sacramento and the parents of 13-year-old, Natalie Giorgi, who died in 2013 after taking a bite of an unlabeled rice krispies treat that had peanut butter mixed into it while on vacation at Camp Sacramento. She suffered anaphylactic shock from the exposure to peanuts, dying in her mother's arms even when multiple epinephrine injections were administered. Trial lawyer, Roger A. Dreyer, and parents Louis and Joanne Giorgi speak about their hopes that other similar deaths will be prevented in the future. Autumn Payne The Sacramento Bee

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Parents, city reach $15 million settlement in girl’s death at Camp Sacramento

October 05, 2016 11:09 AM

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