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Still absolutely terrible, I agree....but it doesn't sound like anyone turned away a woman with 2 small children in her arms......someone should have taken her in and tried to call for help - at the very least. I'm finding it really hard to believe no one would. It's almost a story I think we'll hear more about - and it will turn out to be untrue...at least I certainly hope so.
This is how I feel too. I find it rather difficult to believe that people were slamming their doors in her face. They may not have wanted to jump into raging water to try and find 2 little boys who were likely already 100 feet away, but they would have at least let her in, called for help, etc.
It's a horrible tragedy, but I'm not quite willing to damn those neighbors to hell just yet.