Seven-month-old Michael Williams was coughing when paramedics arrived at the battered woman’s shelter where he was staying. His mother was visibly distraught. She had stepped away from him as he slept in bed. When she returned she saw him eating laundry detergent packets provided by the shelter, which she had placed inside a laundry basket in the bed next to him. Shelter staff helped her remove the empty packets and clear the phlegm from the boy’s mouth, but the damage had been done. Emergency responders rushed him to the hospital, where his condition grew worse and he died. The Florida ... Read More
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