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title =”( Source: KTXL via CNN )” border =” 0″ width =” 180 “/ > (Source: KTXL through CNN). (Source: KTXL via CNN). BROWNSVILLE, Calif. (KTXL/CNN)– A California mother stated her young child underwent emergency brain surgery after a sitter knocked her head versus a wall to “discipline her.”
When initially responders showed up to the home in Brownsville, California, they found 2-year-old Gia Faye unconscious. Her injuries were so severe that she needed to be flown 77 miles away to a health center in Sacramento.
Jessica Lamar, said it hurt to see her little woman, who was born 10 weeks early, fight for her life once again.
Authorities jailed the 16-year-old on suspicion of felony child abuse, as well as an outstanding warrant.
The teenager was viewing after Gia and three other kids, all varying in age from infancy to 5 years of ages, inning accordance with Yuba County officials.
When authorities initially spoke with the teen, he stated Gia’s head injury was the outcome of him “attempting to discipline the girl.”
” She was expected to be asleep, he took a toy far from her when he returned in the room she had actually snuck a piece of sweet, so he confessed to knocking her head on the wall. And her head hit the edge,” Lamar stated.
Lamar stated physicians told her the blow the Gia’s head moved her brain. They had to eliminate an embolism then remove half her skull for the swelling.
The young child’s mother said she’s known the babysitter for four years. She said she recently moved him into her house when his household kicked him out because he was a good kid and great with her kids.
And regardless of how upset she is with him she states, “I forgive him. I do not hold a grudge. He’s a young kid he made a mistake, but I def will not talk to him once again.”
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