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Day care worker caught apparently slamming toddler to floor

20 April 2017, 03:46 | Laverne Osborne

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Children's Courtyard said in a statement that it's fired Torres and another employee. Instead of showing any sign of remorse or guilt, the day care worker then "covers the child up and then sits down and proceeds on with her day".

Sunday morning, the mother of child in Torres' care at the Children's Courtyard daycare posted a video from the facilities live video feed.

After laying the first child down, she was then seen lifting the boy up abruptly by the arms and swinging his feet back to plant him face down.

The incident happened on Friday, and the video has now been shared more than 800,000 times.

The mother of the boy in the video took him to the hospital and doctors found that he was not injured.

"It was horrifying for her to watch".

Jazmine Torres, 22, is charged with endangering a child, a felony that could cost her a $10,000 fine and up to two years in jail, if convicted. They joined Caitlin Gilmore's effort to alert the police about the incident, are aiding in the investigation into Jazmine Torres, and conducted an internal investigation as well. Torres has reportedly been cooperating with Texas investigators.

"Any parent out there, it's going to be something that's just horrific".

"After the child was thrown to the ground and that child did not move.that was the most concerning act was seeing the child dropped and child not move", said Officer David Tilley with the Plano Police Department.

The footage shows her carrying one child under one arm while Gilmore's 18-month-old, who has not been named, stood nearby. "Those involved are no longer employed with us".

In the last two years they have been cited 29 times for deficiencies.

"When the parents picked up the child from the daycare center, they were provided a form from the daycare center saying the child had basically hurt themselves by tumbling within the classroom", Chief Matt Rodrigue with the Montgomery County Constables Office, Precinct 3, said, according to KFOR. She sustained injuries when her face hit the floor.

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