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April 25, 2013 12:00 AM

Manslaughter trial for Kennewick nanny begins

When Ryder Morrison was rushed to the hospital, paramedics and medical staff were told the 1-year-old boy had fallen about six inches while pushing or climbing on a toy. The toddler's live-in nanny Kelli A. Jacobsen said she'd been preparing a snack in the kitchen when she heard a thud and rushed to the living room to find Ryder on the floor.

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