According to U.S. media reports, a 59-year-old single father named Abraham Amezcua, a docker in the port of Los Angeles, stopped working in March this year due to the epidemic.
In order to prepare Christmas gifts for his children, he returned to work at the end of November this year, but unfortunately contracted the novel coronavirus.
After developing symptoms of the coronavirus, the father was found dead at home after self-quarantined at home. Although he is dead, he still leaves a lot of unpaid utility bills in his home.
Even more unfortunate, his three children—the oldest son, 13, and a twin sibling, 11, have also been tested for the coronavirus. At present, the relatives of the family have launched a fund-raising campaign on the online fund-raising platform.
Families said that the water and electricity company may cut off the water and electricity immediately once it finds that Amezcua is dead.