In her Facebook post, McIver said she wants to encourage anyone with a front-loading washer who also has small children to lock the door with a child safety lock and always keep the child lock setting on. The couple's 3-year-old daughter, Kloe, had become trapped in the family's new washer that was tumbling and had begun filling up with water. After installing it, they told their three kids that they were not to touch it. The washer was tumbling and began filling up with water. And that's what most of them are. McIver wrote that she was hesitant to share the story at first, for fear of being shamed online and because it was hard to live through the incident again. McIver wrote that her husband purchased the new front-loading washer after their old washer broke down. McIver says her daughter was locked in the airtight washer that was tumbling and filling with water. At the conclusion of her post, McIver called for an honest conversation about mistakes parents make and how to help one another keep their kids safe.
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