The Wahaha Child Care Center in Escondido was reportedly shut down by the California Department of Social Services after investigators found truth in the allegations of a 6-year old girl, who said the center's owner threw a folding metal chair at her.
According to the CDSS report, investigators reportedly went to the center on Sept. 12 to interview staff and children about the incident, which occurred in August.
After conducting their investigation, they ordered the center close its doors immediately, citing this reason: "The licensee threw a chair at a child in care, causing injury to the child. The Department believes that, as a consequence, the licensee, and the continued operation of this facility, pose a risk to the health and safety of day care children."
The mother of the child who suffered a bruised and scarred cheek from the incident is reportedly angry that her child was targeted.
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