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AM News: 'Safe haven' mom — 'I ran out of hope'

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Painful admission from 'safe haven' mom
Tysheema Brown, who dropped her son off in Nebraska under a safe haven law because "he needs help," says the 12-year-old is coming back home. "I ran out of fight. I ran out of hope," for saving her troubled son," Brown said. "I never ran out of love for my child."
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