Heartbreak still lingers in the community after last week’s tragic accident at Tim Hortons on University Avenue where a little boy died after he fell into a grease trap.
Rochester Police say Bryce Raynor’s mother was unable to find child care that day and therefore had to bring him to work.
His story is highlighting the need for more child care options in the area.
Rosa Marie Curtis says she’s one of the mothers who has been impacted by Bryce’s death. As the mother of two, she knows the challenge of finding affordable and accessible child care.
“It’s always been. ‘This place is great [but] it costs a little too much,'” she explained.
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