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September 10, 2013

Autistic girl makes 'amazing' recovery after carbon monoxide poisoning

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. —

"One thing I know is she's safe where she's at," Matt Stapleton said. "I know she's not a danger to herself."

Matt Stapleton wrote an email statement thanking the public for their concern and prayers.

"In this story, however tragic the details, there will always be a happy ending. Isabelle is alive. With continued support and prayer, she will continue to fight for the best possible recovery," he wrote.

Kelli Stapleton's first court appearance is scheduled for Sept. 16.

Details for this story were reported by The Record-Eagle in Traverse City, Mich.

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