UPDATE: Officer.com is reporting that the sergeant in this case is dropping the lawsuit.
Finally some sanity to this thing. Wow.
From the What The Fuck?!? files comes this little gem:
A Florida cop was called to the scene of a drowning victim. The victim was a baby who fell into the family pool. When the officer arrived, she slipped on a puddle of water and hurt her knee.
From The Sun-Sentinel:
Rescuers were able to bring him back to life, but he suffered severe brain damage and cannot walk, talk or even swallow.
Now, his family faces another burden: One of the rescuers, Casselberry police Sgt. Andrea Eichhorn, is suing, alleging the family left a puddle of water on the floor that afternoon, causing her to slip and fall.
The officer is suing the parents for $1 million dollars.
Comments? What do you think about this case. From what I understand she's on disability since she was injured on the job. Why would you sue someone who legitimately called 911. The baby ended up surviving but with profound disabilities.