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Youngstown infant injured by fireworks expected to make full recovery

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A doctor says the Youngstown infant burned by a neighbor's fireworks is expected to make a full recovery.

Akron Children's Hospital has been treating the four-month-old girl since Friday night for second degree burns, mostly to her face and left hand.

A neighbor of the Youngstown girl reportedly kicked over a lit tubular firework, which shot into the girl's play seat on her porch.


 

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