We're learning more about what may have caused a Salina girl to be shocked by a city-owned junction box.

Jayden Hicks died of her injuries in December, she never regained consciousness after the incident last May.

Our news partners at the Salina Journal just got documents from an open records request and it gives us our first look at the electrical box in question.

It also included an emergency responder report, which shows evidence of an electrical short.

The report included pictures showing a melted wire and wire nut in the junction box. Plus the pictures also show burn marks on the underside of the metal lid.

Because of pending litigation, the attorney representing the City of Salina said some investigative materials related to the cause of the fatal injuries could not be released in the open records request.

Hicks' family is preparing to file a wrongful death lawsuit - emails to that attorney were not answered.

The City of Salina has insurance that would pay a maximum of $1 million for the incident.