Family gets $1.4 million for teen fatally electrocuted at Georgia college

As Ad­ri­ana Rhine and her three-year-old son Zi’Quan waited for her sis­ter, the boy’s blue ball rolled in the ground-level foun­tain pond. He gave chase. But Rhine stopped him and went to re­trieve the ball from the shal­low wa­ter by her­self. At­tor­neys later found at least 17 is­sues with the wir­ing for the light­ing and mo­tor be­neath the foun­tain, call­ing the work in­com­pet­ent and neg­li­gent, ac­cord­ing to the law­suit filed last May.