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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com ... a shocking mix-up at an East Los Angeles funeral home. According to the lawsuit the family filed, the night before the scheduled viewing for Maria-Mercedes Solorio, 89, Funeraria Latino Americana admitted it mistakenly ... (CBS Local Media-Los Angeles)
LOS ... from a funeral home that was responsible for her burial. Family members said that on June 18, the day before Maria Mercedes Solorio’s scheduled viewing, they received a phone call from Funeraria Latino Americana in East Los Angeles informing ... (Fox 5 Sandiego)
Just one day before 87-year-old Maria Mercedes Solorio’s scheduled viewing at Funeraria Latino Americana in East Los Angeles, California, the family received a call from the funeral home saying that the funeral couldn’t go on as planned. Solorio’s ... (The Blaze)
Heartbroken family members were demanding answers after an East Los Angeles funeral home ... Funeraria Latino Americana on Whittier Boulevard released a statement which reads in part, "The funeral home is very sorry for this honest mistake. (NBC 4 Southern California)
A family in east Los Angeles is voicing their outrage after ... A spokesman for Funeraria Latino Americana issued a statement to KTLA, apologizing for the mistake. "The funeral home is very sorry for this honest mistake. Within two hours of the discovery ... (ABC7 News)
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