Toddler Critically Burned by Grenade During SWAT Raid

Georgia authorities say they would've changed their operation if they knew a child was in the home.
1:19 | 05/30/14

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Them up buzz in the door and threw that grenade in there without even looking for -- And it -- in his playpen an exploded as -- maintenance base. This is the -- this little boy was sleeping in the nineteen month old is now in -- -- burn unit a warning the following photo is graphic. This is how he looks now laying in induced coma. There's no clothes there was not always there's nothing to indicate that there was children present in the home. If I had to -- -- -- we would have done something different. A confidential informant told have ocean county's special response team a drug deal was made earlier in this Cornelia home on lake -- -- circle. The SRT then hit the home with this no knock warrant for an alleged methamphetamine dealer at 2 AM Wednesday. You're trying to minimize. Any thing that could go wrong and in this case. The greatest thing went wrong the -- enough families from Wisconsin had just moved in with relatives after their own home had burned down we knew in our -- -- -- children there but unfortunately there was the sheriff told me a pastor spoke with all involved he described the team as emotionally distraught many parents themselves. Is it gonna -- -- be more careful in the next one yes -- videos as well make us. Double question.

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