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My 8 year old daughter fell from the top bunk

My 8 year old daughter fell from the top bunk into her brother and hit her head on his leaving an indention in her forehead above her left eye She does not show any signs of sleeplessness or vomiting. I put ice to the site Do I need to take her to the Dr?
Thu, 25 Oct 2018
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