The deaths of two Oklahoma children years apart are raising concerns because of a common link to a state agency.
Kelsey Briggs’ grandmother and Aja Johnson’s father met Wednesday to share their grief.”There’s no comparison to losing a child in your family,” said Kathie Briggs. “Four and a half years later, I still look at little girls’ clothes.”
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