These Twin toddlers drown after their grandmother with Alzheimer’s leaves the door open – rest in peace, grandmother.

Twin toddlers, a boy and a girl, drowned after escaping through the door that their great-grandmother, who suffers from Alzheimer’s, allegedly left open. Jenny Callazzo, the mother of the 18-year-old Locklyn and Loreli, discovered her children unconscious in the murky water of the family’s pool at their Oklahoma City home. They were both pronounced de-ad hours later.

Callazzo is a stay-at-home mom with six kids who owns a boutique. Her husband and grandmother share the family home. Aerial footage of the house revealed a pool full of dark green water, which was thought to be the result of thick algae. Neighbors recall seeing the distraught mother in the back of an EMS vehicle as emergency personnel attempted to resuscitate her children.

A few days before the tragedy, the mother posted a photo of the twins playing outside, captioning it “just want to play outside.”According to the Daily Mail, police are currently investigating the tragic incident, but they rule out any foul play. Callazzo family members have set up a GoFundMe page to assist the family with their expenses. “These precious babies were taken from us far too soon.” Anything you can contribute to cover expenses would be greatly appreciated.

“We are grateful for everyone’s love and support,” it says. Experts warn parents about the dangers of having a pool in the house with young children. “Children are attracted to water, and toddlers won’t have the skills to help themselves get out of water,” says Laura Gamino, trauma injury prevention coordinator at OU Health. Drowning is a sudden and silent death.

“People sometimes assume that a child will struggle in the water and scream, but they can’t because their mouth is full of water. So it’s very quiet, which is one of the scarier aspects of it.” She advises parents to build at least 4-foot-high fences around their pools, with door handles out of reach of children. Our hearts and prayers go out to the bereaved family.

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