Attorney Douglas McCarron talks about how his client Bonifacio Carrillo tried to pound out wire mesh covering the windows of an Immokalee trailer that was set on fire last March. Carrillo was one of the survivors of the fire, but his girlfriend, Pascuala Mendez de Vasquez, pictured at left, his son, Rodrigo, 6, and Pacuala's daughter Luciana Vasquez, 13, pictured second from left, were among five who died. McCarron and attorney Steven Meyer held a press conference Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 announcing that the victims received a $6 million settlement from the owners of Cleve's Trailer Park.

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Attorney Douglas McCarron talks about how his client Bonifacio Carrillo tried to pound out wire mesh covering the windows of an Immokalee trailer that was set on fire last March. Carrillo was one of the survivors of the fire, but his girlfriend, Pascuala Mendez de Vasquez, pictured at left, his son, Rodrigo, 6, and Pacuala's daughter Luciana Vasquez, 13, pictured second from left, were among five who died. McCarron and attorney Steven Meyer held a press conference Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2007 announcing that the victims received a $6 million settlement from the owners of Cleve's Trailer Park.

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