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IN People ON 01 Mar, 2016
Sarina and Brian left their baby Brynn to sleep in the crib as usual. Later in the night they were shocked to hear a loud popping noise.They ran to the Brynn’s room and found a hole in the baby’s crib.
Just like the 2-year-old baby suffering from Leukemia who found an amazing way to survive by waving her hand from the hospital window everyday, this baby also managed to escape from the random shot of the bullet. Amazing!
Sarina exclaimed, "Fear, terror, grateful that she's OK… As soon as I hung up the phone with 911, I think that's when it hit me, and I just started hugging her and sobbing. People who choose to have weapons and want to go out and shoot them, that they [need to] know that bullets do land somewhere. And they landed in our house. And that scares me."
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