by Tony Shinn and Kelly Goff
After two frightening incidents, the girl’s mother found out her daughter had been given a powerful sleeping pill instead of antibiotics, they claim
A 12-year-old girl experienced bizarre hallucinations after being given a powerful sleeping pill instead of her prescribed antibiotics from a Southern California pharmacy, her mother claims.
Family members have filed an initial claim against CVS in Corona, the first step toward a lawsuit, for what they call complete negligence.
In cell phone video of the incident, Riley McDougall can be seeing screaming and crying, nearly incomprehensible. She said the video is hard for her to watch because she doesn’t remember any of it.
“I looked really scary,” she said. “And I didn’t look like myself.”