To get all tombstones and monuments properly mounted down.
My niece was 22 months old when a tombstone landed on her. Her and her brother where both named after their great grand parents so my sister and her fiance decided to get a few family pictures beside their monument for sentimental reasons. When Lydia tried to jump off her brother hit the tombstone to try and catch her from getting her hurt. Making the 500lb tombstone land and crush her body if that wasn't enough he landed on top of the tombstone trying to catch it from hurting her but there wasn't enough time nor was he strong enough to catch it from falling. It took them all pulling the tombstone up while the kids dragged her out. Lydia wanted to scream out but couldn't. They took her to the closest hospital where they had to ambulance her over to a bigger hospital more equip to handle the situation. There the performed a exploratory surgery and x rays to see what happened. She lost the use of her left kidney, moved her spinal cord the L!, and L2 and had some internal bleeding which they stopped before heath netting her to Columbus. There they kept her sedated so she wouldn't feel the pain or remember what had happened, When she got to where they cut back her medicine she was sad. I told her she was pretty but she shook her head no. I said yes you are your special to. I am Lydia's Aunt Arin and I have seen this child go through some terrible obstacles. Every day she does therapy to become once again normal she is using a wheel chair to get around. I seen in the news how a boy in Texas was killed and he was 5 and then someone in Michigan I believe had a 1000 lb tombstone fall on her and in critical condition something must be done