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Amarillo Accidental Death Attorney Offers Free Consultations: Report says phosphine gas caused death of Balderas kids

Posted on April 14, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

A Lubbock pathologist has released his findings in the death of the four Balderas children.

In each release, the pathologist Thomas Parsons, M.D. says the children died of acute aluminum phosphide exposure.

The report says the humidity released enough phosphine gas under the house to make the family sick. When someone attempted to wash away the pellets, more gas was released causing the children and family members to become critically ill.

A family member was using Weevil-cide to get rid of pests underneath the Balderas’ house.

The children died on January 2, 2017.

The documents state that “while phosphine gas is difficult to detect in postmortem testing, the history, clinical presentation and autopsy findings make it clear that aluminum phosphide exposure is the proximate cause of death.

Story provided by My High Plains Amarillo. Amarillo ABC 7 News and Amarillo Globe-News also report on this story.

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