Parents whose newborns die in hospital intensive care units face incredible sadness. Michelle Matthews of Marysville tries to help by sewing and providing free baby gowns for the memorials. Above, Matthews works on sewing a baby gown that will be sent with about 30 others to Danville, Calif.
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