Linda Daniels relied on an oxygen tank powered by electricity.
Linda Daniels, 68, who was in hospice care, suffered from congestive heart failure and died on Thursday last week - seven hours after power to her house in New Jersey, US, was reportedly cut.
"We put one ice pack here by her side and one on the other side".
'We were fanning her. "It was so hot in here, she couldn't breathe - it was unbearable", said her daughter Desiree who was with her mom according to reports. Since Linda's primary oxygen, which plugs in, didn't work, they used a smaller reserve, and when that was empty, they called EMS. "She was the matriarch of this family - she was the glue that held everything together", said Desiree. After the disconnection occurred and we were notified that the customer had medical issues, we began the process to reconnect the service. They told us they would be rolling a truck. Paramedics did come with a portable unit - the entire time, the family called PSEG pleading to turn the power back on.
Linda Daniels (seen here with one of her granddaughters) died last week after PSE&G turned off the electric to her home.
The company alleges she didn't pay her bills, but her daughter claims they paid $500 before power was cut and the company was informed of her medical condition.
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But Washington says $500 was paid to the utility two days before the power was shut off. PSEG did not say whether they received that payment.
"I will give them time, but ultimately it's a very sad day and it's an unfortunate incident", James said. "We are reviewing our records to determine what transpired".
Desiree said the PSE&G utility truck did not arrive until Friday morning - about 16 hours after her mother died. If Daniels' family could prove they had provided the utility company with information about her illness and the necessity of an electric powered oxygen tank, the provider would be in violation for shutting off her power and subjecting Daniels to the heat in her condition.
PSEG is conducting an investigation, and Newark Police also are investigating.
Namiotka said the family had not notified the utility company about medical issues until after the service had been disconnected. "And I don't want it to happen to anyone else".
Her son Sam told News 12 the company had told him payments of at least $300 a month were required to keep the power flowing.