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Horrific Attack Leaves 3-Year-Old Indiana Boy Fighting for His Life

A 3-year-old Indiana boy is in critical condition after a brutal attack by his 12-year-old babysitter, who reportedly has anger issues. The young boy is currently on life support at Riley Children's Hospital, where he has experienced multiple seizures since the incident. The babysitter, whose name has not been disclosed, has been charged with aggravated assault and other serious bodily injury charges. The boy's mother is now seeking justice and has launched an online petition to introduce age restrictions and mental health evaluations for babysitters in Indiana.

In a heart-wrenching turn of events, Noah Brown, a joyful and vibrant child, now fights for his life after the tragic beating he endured. According to Noah's grandmother, the babysitter lost control when the little boy began crying. In a fit of rage, the 12-year-old assaulted Noah with a belt, threw him against a bunk bed frame, and then forcefully banged his head against a wall.

Noah's injuries were so severe that a part of his skull had to be removed, and he was placed on life support. The traumatized boy has also been battling COVID-19, further worsening his condition.

In response to this horrific incident, Noah's mother is urging for changes to be made. She is calling for an age requirement of 16 years old for babysitters handling children under the age of 6, as well as mental health assessments to ensure the safety of children under their care.

As Noah bravely fights to recover, his family and community stand in solidarity, hoping for his full and miraculous recovery. Their prayers and support serve as a reminder of the urgent need for stricter regulations to protect vulnerable children in their most vulnerable moments.


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