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A study at New York's Winthrop University Hospital found that nearly 14 percent of pediatric leg fractures over an 11-month period involved toddlers riding down the slide with an adult.
It turns out, her son — who was just fitted for a cast he'll wear for the next four weeks — would have actually been safer by himself.
"I had him in between my legs sitting in front of me," Broughton told POPSUGAR.
"At the very end of the metal slide, the rubber sole of his shoe got caught and stopped but his body kept going, so he twisted his foot underneath him.
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One trip to my go-to playground all but confirms it.
"I want all parents to know about this because it's something we all do in the thought to keep our children safe," Broughton said.
"Gage now has a broken leg due to this very classic mistake all parents, including myself, do." As Broughton and I both learned, such injuries are shockingly common.
According to The New York Times, orthopedic specialists say they treat a number of toddlers and young children each year with broken legs as a result of riding down the slide on a parent's lap.