ZIONSVILLE, Indiana — The parents of Levi and Lainey, the Zionsville twins who nearly drowned two years ago, are dealing with more heartbreak.
The twins' older sister, Charley, is in critical condition.
Charley Chisolm was born with 22q syndrome. It is a chromosomal disorder that leads to poor development of several body systems.
Charley underwent a medical procedure on Wednesday and had complications. Her lungs filled with fluid, she went into cardiac arrest, and now she is on life support. Her mother Meagan told 13News there is a positive: Charley's heart is working.
Meagan also posted on social media that this experience has her reliving her twins' near drowning. Toddlers Levi and Lainey were pulled from the water of a friend's pool in November 2020.
While Lainey recovered, Levi has significant challenges. In fact, both Levi and older sister Charley both relied on feeding tubes when 13News visited with the family at their home in Zionsville last year.
Meagan said the next steps include tests to check Charley's brain activity. The family is asking for prayers for Charley as she recovers.