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Family of autistic boy who died in Ohio River pushing for new ‘Ian alert’

Family of Autistic Boy Who Drowned in the River Pushing for New Procedures.

Brian Hamrick
WLWT

COVINGTON, Ky. —
The family of a 9-year-old who ran away from children’s home and drowned in the Ohio River is struggling with his death six months later.

For the first time, the grandparents and guardians of Ian Sousis are speaking publicly about his death.

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“He’d say, ‘I’ll love you forever and I will love you always, Memaw. I will love you even after you die.’ And I was supposed to die first. He wasn’t supposed to die,” said Sousis’ grandmother Rhonda O’Brien.

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