Toddler killed by falling mirror in Jewel Changi Airport: Law firm to do 'whatever necessary' to bring closure to family

The tragedy took place at the two-storey Urban Revivo store in Jewel Changi Airport about three hours before the girl and her family were originally due to fly back to China.
The tragedy took place at the two-storey Urban Revivo store in Jewel Changi Airport about three hours before the girl and her family were originally due to fly back to China.PHOTOS: SHIN MIN DAILY NEWS, LIANHE WANBAO, URBAN REVIVO/FACEBOOK

SINGAPORE - The law firm representing the family of the toddler who died after a mirror fell on her in a fashion store at Jewel Changi Airport has been instructed to do whatever is necessary to bring "proper closure" on her death.

Mr Richard Siaw, director of R. S. Solomon LLC, confirmed on Wednesday (Aug 28) his firm is representing the family, who returned to China on Monday.

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