BETHLEHEM TWP., Pa. - A Northampton County daycare owner is facing a felony charge of child endangerment, after investigators say a child was injured at her daycare.

Back in December, 69 News reported that Oliver Munsey suffered bruises and marks on his head, face, and both ears. He went to Sheryl Chapel Family Daycare in Bethlehem Township.

According to investigators, Chapel "neglected her duty of care" after at least three incidents where one child hurt another child on July 5, 2019.

Court records say the victim fell down stairs, was run over by a "Little Tykes" car, and was struck by a child on a swing.

"His injuries are 100% better, he's got that perfect little face again, but there will always be the trauma, whether through nightmares or a trigger," said Hayley Munsey, Oliver's mother.

Pennsylvania's Department of Human Services stripped Chapel of her license a few days after the incident. She is no longer able to operate her daycare. Chapel is appealing the revocation.

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