First day of testimony ends in Gipfert trial

Victim, now 2, was "white as a ghost" on night of incident


September 13, 2011 started out like any other day but ended with her infant grandson on a helicopter transport to Denver after suffering a seizure, said Wendi Schuessler, grandmother of the alleged victim, during her testimony in the first day of the State of Nebraska verses Nancy Gipfert.

Gipfert is charged with one count of child abuse causing serious bodily injury, a felony for her alleged part in the incidences leading up to the infant's hospitalization.

Michael Guinan and William Tangeman, both assistant attorneys general, are prosecuting the case, while local attorney Don Miller is...

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