A toddler's family who died in Puerto Rico earlier this month told TODAY, in an exclusive interview, that the cruise line's safety oversight has "killed our child."
"We obviously blame them for not having a safer situation on the 11th floor of this cruise ship, there are a million things that could be done to make them safer, and I know that my mother asked people," Why on earth is there a window open on the 11th floor, with no screen or anything like that? "" We need ventilation, "Chloe Wiegand's mother, Kimberly Wiegand, told Savannah Guthrie, Well, I would say," Get it Become a fan. Consider another mechanism to make your guests feel better, instead of creating a huge security risk that will cost our child their lives. & # 39;
The family is now seeking to bring the company to justice.
"I think that must be," Wiegand said. "That can not happen to any other family."
"There is no doubt that this was an accident," said the family lawyer. Mike Winkleman said, "Really the singular question is, were there any security measures that could and should be in place?" If they were present again, there would have been no tragedy. "