Virginia Mother Who Lost Toddler Pushes for Changes to Prevent Drownings (VA)

A mother in Loudoun County, Virginia, wants to spare other families from the pain she went through after her toddler son drowned.  During an April storm, Sarita Kothapally rushed outside to pick up trash cans that had blown over. Unbeknownst to her, Shubakhar, her toddler, had followed her outside and drowned in a retention pond in their neighborhood.    Read the article………….


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