Alan and Kimberly Wiegand are opening up for the first time after their 18-month-old daughter Chloe fell to her death from a window on a cruise ship in Puerto Rico earlier this month, telling the TODAY Show that the cruise company's safety oversight "cost our child her life."
Monica Edwards Jackson Taylor: the safety measure that should have been in place was her grandfather shouldn't have sat her on a railing and let go of her seems to me like they are all about money
Jessi!!: I agree. I don't understand how its the cruiseships fault. can't put bars on them. But I dont think the grandfather should have held her over the edge. It was an accident. Things happen. People make mistakes and someone is always got to point blame on someone or something. Only If is what we all resort to. Only if I was stronger. Only if I didn't do this. If Only I didn't say that. Cannot live on What ifs or Only ifs....we have to accept the damages, pray, forgive, love and try harder not to make the same mistakes.
Justin Bobby: Sad about the little girl losing her life. Even more sadden by the family using the tragedy to get money. Maybe use it to buy common sense?
Christy Hunte: Very sad about this baby girl. A cruise line employee did NOT pick the child up and "placed her on a railing", a family member did. I have never seen seating established on any rail. Rails are either for you to hold onto traversing one area to another or to keep you OUT of an area. This is just like the parents of kids who at zoos, dangle their kid over a pit or take them through the barricades directly to the fence and then allow their children to reach into the cage. Child had no business sitting on a rail. She still could have been hurt doing a face plant on the floor.
Robyn Marshall: I couldn’t fall out a ship window even if I was drunk