Posted: Sep 16, 2013 11:43 PM
Updated: Sep 17, 2013 10:55 AM
CORPUS CHRISTI - The mother of the young man who passed away from an ant bite allergy is speaking out tonight.
Cameron Espinosa's mom, Josephine Limon said her "son was an amazing boy," and he had many friends at school because he was an "amazing kid."
She also said that he wanted to play football in college while studying medicine. He had already started looking for a recruiter to help with that process.
When she talked about whether his death could have been prevented, she said "more trained personnel" or possibly an EpiPen could have saved him.
Limon has already retained Thomas J. Henry as her attorney.
Cameron's parents visited his CC Tigers youth football teammate today. The team said they plan on retiring his #66 jersey in his honor.
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