A heartbroken Brooklyn couple alleges a city-run hospital wrongfully cremated and then lost the remains of their stillborn son — and now they’re suing for $10 million.

Tiffany Griffith, 38, was at her Bed-Stuy home on Nov. 26, 2019 — just two days before Thanksgiving — when she delivered her son prematurely at 20 weeks, she told The Post.

Griffith, husband Cordero Pridgen and baby Ticory were rushed by ambulance to Woodhull Medical and Mental Health Center, but the boy could not be saved, the couple told The Post.

Cordero Pridgen and Tiffany Griffith Matthew McDermott A heartbroken Brooklyn couple alleges a city-run hospital wrongfully cremated and then lost the remains of their stillborn son — and now they’re suing for $10 million.

Tiffany Griffith, 38, was at her Bed-Stuy home on Nov. 26, 2019 — just two days […]

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