Here is a moving story printed at cbs2.com:
"In a shocking report, more people die from medical mistakes each year than from highway accidents, breast cancer or AIDS. And in California, a little known law puts a price tag on what the state says your life is worth. Now, a Simi Valley family blames a local hospital's errors for robbing their daughter of her young and innocent life.
"She died in my arms," Jodi Gonzalez said. "The doc kept coming over and putting the stethoscope to her heart. 'Why do you keep doing that?' She said, 'The heart is still beating and we have to record the time of death.' See, she didn't want to die."
In the very same UCLA hospital Delaney Lucille Gonzalez was born in, just 16 months later, the toddler would die in.
"The next thing you are at the mortuary, you are picking out little coffins for your daughter… little coffins for your daughter," said Delaney's father Daniel Gonzalez.
Delaney was with Treacher Collins Syndrome, a rare disorder that causes physical abnormalities of the head and face.
The Gonzalez family never treated their bouncing baby girl, they lovingly nicknamed "Laney the ladybug," any different."