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Information for those going to the beach

From: Liz
Sent on: Monday, June 16, 2014 5:36 PM

I saw this post on FB and thought I would share with you all. It's sad that this happened to doxie.

Just a tip for those of you that are near the beach. Please be careful and pay close attention to saltwater and sand intake when playing. I spent 1.5 hours with... my little guy last weekend playing catch. He's been to the beach before with no issues and absolutely loved playing ball.  I kept him hydrated with drinking water and cool in the ocean break. He was fine until an hour later at home he started having respiratory trouble. I rushed him to the ER. Upon X-ray they found he had digested quite a bit of sand. (He did not physically eat the sand, it was from the ball). They put him on diuretic to get the sand to pass; but unfortunately, a few hours later he went into cardiac arrest 6x and they just good not save him. It was a complete shock and just absolutely devastating. He was 11-1/2 but still my baby.

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