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Family files wrongful death suit for infant’s death at day care center

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The family of a 5-month old infant found unresponsive and not breathing at the Little Wonders Day Care center in Grand Chute, Wisconsin filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the child care center's owner.  Craig and Georgia Ogden enrolled their 5-month old, Grant, and 4-year old, Lilyann, in the spring of 2007.

Just a couple months after enrolling their children at the center, the Ogdens began to be unhappy with the center and its owner, Patricia Frasier.  The parents intended to move both kids to a different center just before Frasier found Grant not breathing in his crib in May 2007.  An hour after arriving at the hospital, Grant Ogden was pronounced dead.

Craig Ogden told reporters, "Our son Grant died because Patricia Frasier of Little Wonders Day Care was allowed to operate even after notification and citations were ignored".  Frasier and the center had received citations from the state for regulation violations before the Ogden's enrolled their children.  Frasier closed the day care center and had her license revoked a day after Grant's death.