September 25, 2017
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Comments for: NH toddler suffered serious burns over 12-14 percent of her body after fall into Lebanon fire pit

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  • Anonymous

    Please read the article from yesterday.

    • Anonymous

      Some people just read headlines and then make their comments. I’m surprised the loud pipes saves lives comments isn’t there. Hopefully the little girl will recover fully and be up and about soon.

      • Anonymous

         Yeah, I’m noticing that more and more. It’s sad really. I too am hoping for a complete and speedy recovery for this little girl!

  • Anonymous

    At 6am? Turn on the think switch to your brain before typing please.

  • PabMainer

    Such things can happen so quickly…..good news that the little girl was transferred out of ICU…..hopefully she will continue to heal in the days ahead……thanks to those who provided initial care and continue to care for her needs…..prayers for the little 2 year old…..

  • Anonymous

    My heart breaks for this little girl and family.  What a tragic event to have happen.  Camping is suppose to be a fun, memory making event. 
    May this little girl heal, be well and may her parents find peace. 
     We as parents try and protect our children from everything and worry to no end about them.  Sometimes things like this still happen, it is the fault of NOBODY sometimes.  Accidents happen.

  • Anonymous

    Sgt. Joel Davis, of the state fire marshal’s  office said what happened seemed to be an accident. “Seemed”… as if it may have been considered anything other than an accident? come on!

  • Anonymous

    Poor little girl, and poor parents.  I can’t imagine how they are feeling right now.  I would have been devastated had this happened to one of my wee ones.  One thing is for sure, nobody would have to criticize me for what happened because I’d be doing a great job of it all by myself.  Accidents happen.  Best wishes for a speedy recovery for her and her parents.

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