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Old January 30th, 2012, 00:36
kennethB kennethB is offline
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You should express your grief openly. When you share your grief outside yourself, healing occurs. I just read this news that there was a toy cannon that concluded the life of 14-year-old Tremonton, Utah, teen Robby Ostberg Monday, reports Deseret News. While trying out the little system, obstruction brought on the cannon to either explode or fire a tin foil projectile to the boy's face. Funeral preparations are presently being prepared. Source of article: 14-year-old boy killed by toy cannon. What a heartbreaking loss! Accidents really happen but when a child dies in your home, the parent or caretaker has to live with the daily knowledge that he or she played an integral role in the child’s death. Parents need to be better trained to recognize potential areas of dangers where they are living and constantly monitor their children.
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