On Tuesday, August 27, 209, Orland Square Mall (in Orland park, Illinois) became the scene of a fatal accident. A two-year-old girl – identified as Alexa Martinez – was inside an Akira store with her grandmother, her aunt, and at least four other children when the incident occurred. Witnesses of the incident claim that the child was climbing a temporary wall placed in the shoe department of the store, when part of the store’s display (reported to be a large metal object) fell on the child. According to reports, a doctor and a nurse were shopping nearby when the incident occurred. They rendered aid to the injured tired (they performed CPR). The two-year-old was breathing and had a pulse by the time first-responders arrived; she was then transported to Advocate Christ Medical Center (in Oak Lawn) where she died of her injuries. The child sustained a severe head injury. After the fatal incident, one of the three co-owners of the store in which the incident happened, Eric Hsueh, made a statement in which he explained that the their company is “devastated by [the] tragic event, [and is] working to collect all the details.” The incident is still under investigation.