http://www.wfaa.com/sharedcontent/dws/wfaa/latestnews/stories/wfaa041119_am_backupsuit.72876ade.html www.bugmenot.com - for password if it asks you to register to read. Garland family sues carmaker over toddler's death The family of a Garland girl who was accidentally killed last month when her father ran over her is suing a major car manufacturer for negligence. On October 9, David Clemens backed up his Infiniti SUV and tragically ran over and killed two-and-a-half-year-old Adrianna. * * * "You just can't imagine the absence that is in our hearts right now with the loss of our daughter," mother Rachel Clemens said. "She rocked our world ... she was everything to us." The family is suing Nissan, the parent company of Infiniti. They claim new back-up video cameras or sensors which detect objects behind a vehicle were available, and should have been installed in their SUV. "This manufacturer was already putting it on some of its other vehicles, and it should have put it on this one," attorney Windle Turley said. * * * "Yes, it's our responsibility, but so many tragic things have happened with children because of that," Rachel Clemens said. * * * The Clemens family believes if their SUV had a back-up camera, Adrianna would still be alive. "She was my pride and joy," Rachel Clemens said. "She was a wonderful two-year-old that always had a smile on her face." Turley said this is not just a case against Nissan; it's a case against the auto industry. MY STUFF NOW: Turley is one of the best personal injury attorneys in Texas. BUT, WHAT THEY DON'T TELL YOU IS THAT THE BACK-UP CAMERA WAS AN OPTION THAT THIS FAMILY DECIDED THAT THEY DIDN'T WANT TO PAY FOR.