CINCINNATI – An Ohio hospital paid the estate of astronaut Neil Armstrong $ 6 million in a confidential agreement to settle allegations that post-surgical complications to Armstrong's death in 2012
The 2014 settlement went to 10 family members, including Armstrong's two sons, sister, brother and six grandchildren, according to documents filed with the Hamilton County Probate Court in Cincinnati which were publicly available on Tuesday. Armstrong's widow, Carol, did not receive any money in the settlement.
Armstrong's sons, Mark and Rick, contend care of Mercy Health-Fairfield Hospital 50th anniversary of Neil Armstrong's first steps on the moon was celebrated Saturday. He died Aug. 25, 201
A Sept. 24, 2014, motion to seal the hospital and its caregivers were delivered.
"However, the hospital, on behalf of itself and The spokeswoman Maureen Richmond declined. "
Hospital spokeswoman Maureen Richmond declined
In an email statement to The Associated Press, she added: "The public nature of these details is very disappointing – both for our ministry and the patient's
Messages were left for Armstrong's widow and sons, and for Wendy Armstrong, Mark's sister and a lawyer involved in motions to seal the settlement.
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Neil Armstrong was admitted to the hospital in August 2012 for vascular bypass surgery, according to a Sept. 24, 201,
"He underwent the cardiovascular surgery, but post-surgical complications, and the motion said."
Most of the settlement, about $ 5.2 million What split between Armstrong's sons. The astronaut's brother and sister each received $ 250,000, and six grandchildren each got $ 24,000. Attorneys' fees of $ 160,000 were awarded.