When tragedy strikes, it can be difficult for families to come together and heal. This is especially true for the family of 10-year-old Emma Hernandez, who was tragically killed by dogs while attending a sleepover at a friend’s house in Detroit.
The incident occurred on August 19th, when Emma was attacked by three pit bulls while playing in the backyard of her friend’s home. Despite the efforts of neighbors and first responders, Emma was pronounced dead at the scene.
The tragedy has left the Hernandez family reeling, and the family is now divided over how to move forward. Emma’s father, Armando Hernandez, is pushing for criminal charges to be brought against the owners of the dogs, while her mother, Maria Hernandez, is advocating for a civil lawsuit.
The family has also been struggling to come to terms with the fact that Emma’s death was preventable. The dogs had a history of aggressive behavior, and the owners had been warned multiple times to keep them restrained.
The Hernandez family is now facing a long road ahead as they try to heal from this tragedy. While they may never be able to fully recover from the loss of Emma, they are determined to fight for justice and ensure that no other family has to go through the same pain.
The family has set up a GoFundMe page to help cover the costs of Emma’s funeral and to support their legal battle. They are also working with local lawmakers to push for stricter laws regarding the ownership of dangerous animals.
The Hernandez family’s story is a heartbreaking reminder of the importance of responsible pet ownership. It is also a testament to the strength of family bonds, even in the face of tragedy.