Woman sets up with Target for gruesome caddy throw
An Upper East Side mother who was nearly killed when two teenagers pushed a shopping cart at her from an East Harlem mall overpass has agreed to settle with one of the biggest defendants in her long-running civil case .
Philanthropist Marion Hedges, who has spent the past four years rebuilding her life after the 2011 incident left her brain damaged, is working toward a settlement with Target, company attorney Sal DeLuca said Wednesday. at Post.
The former real estate agent and charity volunteer was walking into a Target with her son Dayton to buy Halloween candy for underprivileged children when Raymond Hernandez, 12, and Jeovanni Rosario, 13, threw the four-story cart at the center East River Plaza mall.
Hedges and her husband, Michael, sued Target, Planned Security Services, Bob’s Discount Furniture, developer Forest City Ratner, and Costco, among others, and continued to fight the case, though it left them in financial ruin. .
The out-of-control children were given wrist snapping sentences for their dangerous antics.
Hernandez was sentenced to six months in a therapeutic group home and Rosario was sentenced to six to 18 months at the Graham Windham School for At-Risk Children in Westchester.
Hernandez, now 16, was arrested for participating in at least 14 robberies in December 2015.
Hedges, who was not in court, maintained his compassion for the young boys despite his life-changing injuries.