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The family of a stillborn baby who was discarded in a Minnesota hospital's dirty laundry in 2013 is now suing the medical center.
Esmeralda Hernandez, the mother of the child, filed a lawsuit against Regions Hospital in St Paul last week, along with some of her other family members.
Lawsuit - Damages - Excess - Family - Pain
The lawsuit, which is seeking unspecified damages 'far in excess of $50,000' for the family's ongoing pain, accuses Regions of reckless interference with a dead body.
Hernandez gave birth to a premature, stillborn son named Jose back in April 2013.
Autopsy - Mother - Hospital - Offer - Cremation
While she declined an autopsy, the grieving mother accepted the hospital's offer of a dignified cremation.
However, the baby's body turned up at a commercial laundry two weeks later.
Baby - Body - Sheet
The baby's body fell out of a bed sheet that...
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