South Carolina teenager stops mother from drowning second sister
A South Carolina A teenager has been hailed as a hero for saving her brother from drowning by their own mother after she murdered another of her young daughters.
South Carolina teen saves 8-year-old sister after mother tries to drown her
Mother of youth, Jamie Bradley-BrunMackaya Bradley-Brun, 6, reportedly drowned early Friday morning at her home on St Helena Island Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office.
Bradley-Brun then tried to drown McKay’s 8-year-old sister before the teenage brother jumped in and saved her, Sheriff PJ Tanner said at a press conference.
“She protected a family when no one else would,” Sheriff Tanner told NBC News. “Her courage is amazing.”
South Carolina woman drowns 6-year-old girl, then tries to drown 8-year-old girl
Jamie Bradley Brun, who is 37, is accused of killing her own daughter and trying to kill her other child.
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South Carolina mother held without bond, charged with murder, attempted murder
The unnamed 16-year-old girl reportedly woke up to screaming sounds in the middle of the night. Authorities say she went to see her mother trying to drown the 8-year-old.
Now, it is believed that she is saving her sister’s life.
“She had the ability and courage to use her own strength to get her 8-year-old sister to safety,” Tanner told NBC. “She knew she needed to call 911 because she knew her other sister was at home.”
GoFundMe set up on behalf of family, no cause offered as yet
Tanner did not offer a possible motive but said: “I know what happened and it’s terrible.”
According to s GoFundMe organized on behalf of the family, “KayKay” was a “cheerful and cheerful girl with such a good spirit.”
The description continues, “Her two sisters were her best friends, and she loved her family and cousins very much. At a young age, she was a protective, confident little girl who loved to dance, sing, and play with her family.”
$3,035 has been raised out of a $15,000 goal as published in this article.