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Maine day care operator accused of assaulting toddler in her care

April 28, 2021. Summarized by summa-bot.

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"It was horrible watching her. Not knowing what she's thinking. She's got to be scared. She can't see anything. It's horrible watching her lay there just knowing hours before she was completely fine,” grandmother Susan Blagdon said.

The operator of a day care in Windsor is accused of severely injuring a toddler in her care. Family members told WMTW News 8 that the 19-month-old Raegan Blagdon can’t see, walk or talk. "Before the incident, she was a very happy, energetic – just a happy little girl,” her grandmother, Susan Blagdon said. Blagdon said in early March, her granddaughter was found face-down and unresponsive during naptime at Lil Beans Day Care in Windsor.

According to court papers, day care operator Savanna Brann told an investigator from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services that she wrapped the child in a blanket, restraining her arms and legs during a nap. She told investigators that when she checked on the girl, she performed CPR and called for help, the paperwork said. A doctor said in the court documents that “Raegan’s injuries are consistent with asphyxia due to a dangerous sleeping situation and inappropriate restraint in the blanket. "It was horrible watching her.

"Before the incident, she was a very happy, energetic – just a happy little girl,” her grandmother, Susan Blagdon said. Blagdon said in early March, her granddaughter was found face-down and unresponsive during naptime at Lil Beans Day Care in Windsor.

According to court papers, day care operator Savanna Brann told an investigator from the Maine Department of Health and Human Services that she wrapped the child in a blanket, restraining her arms and legs during a nap. She told investigators that when she checked on the girl, she performed CPR and called for help, the paperwork said.

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