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Topic - Maude Warner
DeKendrix Warner was splashing around in the waist-high waters of the Red River with his cousins and friends, trying to escape the oppressive Louisiana heat, when he stepped off a slippery ledge _ and was plunged into water 25-feet deep.
"It's hard when you just see your kids drowning and you can't save them," she told KTBS TV.
"It's hard when you can't save your kids," said Maude Warner, whose 13-year-old daughter Takeitha and sons 14-year-old JaMarcus and 17-year-old JaTavious were among those who drowned.