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3 items from 2017


Father of 4-Year-Old Boy Who Died of ‘Dry Drowning’ Speaks Out: ‘This Could Happen to Anyone’

8 June 2017 1:27 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A Texas father is struggling to come to terms with the death of his 4-year-old son, who died of a rare condition called “dry drowning” nearly a week after a swimming trip.

“We’d never heard of . He had too much water in his lungs and that’s what sent him to Heaven,” Frankie Delgado, 35, tells People of his young son, Frankie Delgado III (whom the family calls “Baby Frankie”) following his shocking death. “I love my son so much. My son was my best friend. I played with my son every day. Now I can’t play with him anymore. »

- Char Adams

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4-Year-Old Boy Dies of 'Dry Drowning' Almost a Week After Swimming Trip – Here's How to Spot the Symptoms

7 June 2017 8:34 PM, PDT | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

A four-year-old boy from Houston, Texas has died of “dry drowning” almost a week after he last he went swimming.

Francisco Delgado Jr. told ABC 13 his family went swimming at the Texas City Dike with his son Frankie, 4, on Memorial Day weekend.

About a week later, Frankie complained of shoulder pain and woke up a few hours later.

Out of nowhere, he just woke up. He said, ‘Ahhh,” Delgado told the news outlet. “He took his last breath and I didn’t know what to do no more.”

Frankie’s mother, Tara, said paramedics and doctors tried to save her son. »

- Alexia Fernandez

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Dan Aykroyd Criticizes Ghostbusters Reboot Again, Says It Should Have Had More From Original Cast

6 June 2017 12:19 PM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

Yesterday, Ghostbusters legend Dan Aykroyd made his feelings for 2016’s reboot very clear when he stated that it “cost too much” and stated that director Paul Feig will “not be back on the Sony lot any time soon.” Today, he’s continued to air his grievances with the movie, with the following post on his official Facebook page.

Paul Feig made a good movie and had a superb cast and plenty of money to do it. We just wish he had been more inclusive…

Posted by Dan Aykroyd on Monday, June 5, 2017

At least this time around, Aykroyd – who played Dr. Ray Stantz in the original two Ghostbusters movies – took the time to compliment the film. He admitted that “Feig made a good movie” and that the all-female cast were “superb.” However, he revealed that he thought it should have been “more inclusive” to the “originators.” Presumably, he means the original team of Ghostbusters: himself, »

- Christian Bone

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