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Friday, August 24, 2018, 8:19 AM

The family of a little girl who was horrifically injured at the Champions Daycare in Muskogee was shocked and upset to learn that the two workers who were suspended after the incident last week have returned to work, according to sources inside the investigation.

The family is also concerned about the extent of the girl’s damage.

“We are very concerned about permanent nerve damage,” the family’s attorney, Muskogee’s Steve Money, said today. “I do not buy the ‘kids bumped heads’ story, but our plan right now is to let DHS and the police complete their investigation and we will look at our options at that time.”

The girl’s lip was split completely open and her eye socket was broken at an incident at the daycare last week. The daycare’s operator would not comment on the incident and Muskogee police said DHS is investigating.

“On behalf of the family, I want to thank everyone for their great concern and support,” Money said. “Clearly this little girl suffered devastating injuries.”