Transcript for Two Boys Severely Sunburned at Daycare Outing
Well, a mother from Tulsa is outraged and heartbroken as she watches her sons struggle in pain. They spent hours in triple-digit heat during a day care field trip and suffered sunburn so severe they had to be rushed to a burn unit. ABC's Reena ninan has more. It's been really hard to see them go through this. Reporter: This morning an Oklahoma mother speaking out about the horrifying sunburns she says her two young sons sustained under their day care supervision. Some of the images so gruesome we can't even show you. The owners of the day care told me, no, that's okay. We got sunscreen. We'll put it on them. Reporter: Khaunna saying 5-year-old trey and 7-year-old Connor spent five hours outside in 100-degree heat without any sunscreen. Happiness is a learning center and employees did not bring any sunblock with them when they took them to the water park. She said we were out of sunscreen an we told the boys to keep their shirts on and they didn't want to do it. Reporter: The boys so badly sunburned they were airlived to a hospital in Texas suffering second and third-degree burns are currently in stable condition. According to dhs, the day care facility has ceased operation. A representative from the facility could not be reached for comment. Dermatologists say parents should apply about a shot glass sized amount of spf 30 or higher every two hours. There was too much sun exposure knowing that they did not have sunscreen and some kids can go go out there for five minutes and get severely burned. Reporter: Reena ninan, ABC news, New York.
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