3-year-old Flora boy run over by lawn mower
A 3-year-old child remains hospitalized after his mother accidentally ran over him with a riding lawn mower. via Pharos-Tribune
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#1 May 2, 2008
All I have to say is that(and this has even been reported)you never ever should let your small children outside with you when you are mowing the lawn. I remember as a child, but not as young as 3, not being allowed to be out when my dad mowed and also him explaining to me how dangerous those blades are etc. Secondly, it hasn't been stated in the article, if the boy was only 3 and the mother was mowing the lawn, then who was watching this child??? There is no way that I would be able to mow my lawn, on a rider no less, if I had a toddler that I couldn't watch. If someone else was supposed to be watching him, where were they??? Just another sad story with a strong lesson attached. I hope he recovers.
#2 May 25, 2008
As a victum of a tragidly like this I think awareness should be made. I lost my leg under a riding lawn mower @ 2 years old. I think it's crazy that people still let children outside when mowing the grass after stories like this are told
#3 Oct 16, 2008
hey this child i seem to know his my cousin's baby and he died already he died a few hour after the accident the woman is obviously my oldest cousin son yea i wonder what actually happened to her our families aren't united we live apart me in mexico and her in usa north carolina
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