It's National Burn Awareness Week, Feb. 1-7, and Kendall Regional Medical Center’s burn center wants to educate and prevent burn injuries to both children and adults. Liping Si (right), shown with her 3-year-old son Vincent Zou, talks about the kitchen accident that burned the boy’s face, neck and chest.
It's National Burn Awareness Week, Feb. 1-7, and Kendall Regional Medical Center’s burn center wants to educate and prevent burn injuries to both children and adults. Liping Si (right), shown with her 3-year-old son Vincent Zou, talks about the kitchen accident that burned the boy’s face, neck and chest. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
It's National Burn Awareness Week, Feb. 1-7, and Kendall Regional Medical Center’s burn center wants to educate and prevent burn injuries to both children and adults. Liping Si (right), shown with her 3-year-old son Vincent Zou, talks about the kitchen accident that burned the boy’s face, neck and chest. Jose A. Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

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