Pastor Mercedes Meneses and her husband, Romelio Meneses, speak Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at a memorial at Kinloch Park, where their son -- in an attempt to retrieve a basketball -- was electrocuted Oct. 27 after jumping a fence to an FPL substation.
Pastor Mercedes Meneses and her husband, Romelio Meneses, speak Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at a memorial at Kinloch Park, where their son -- in an attempt to retrieve a basketball -- was electrocuted Oct. 27 after jumping a fence to an FPL substation. Walter Michot MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Pastor Mercedes Meneses and her husband, Romelio Meneses, speak Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014, at a memorial at Kinloch Park, where their son -- in an attempt to retrieve a basketball -- was electrocuted Oct. 27 after jumping a fence to an FPL substation. Walter Michot MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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