Tacoma mother Jesse Michener, left, checks on daughters Zoe, center, and Violet, right, who had slathered on aloe vera and other sunburn lotions after being burned by the sun during field day activities at Point Defiance Elementary School. Zoe, who has a albinism condition, and fair-skinned sisters Violet and 7-year-old Eleanor (not pictured) all went home with severe sunburns.
Tacoma mother Jesse Michener, left, checks on daughters Zoe, center, and Violet, right, who had slathered on aloe vera and other sunburn lotions after being burned by the sun during field day activities at Point Defiance Elementary School. Zoe, who has a albinism condition, and fair-skinned sisters Violet and 7-year-old Eleanor (not pictured) all went home with severe sunburns. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2012
Tacoma mother Jesse Michener, left, checks on daughters Zoe, center, and Violet, right, who had slathered on aloe vera and other sunburn lotions after being burned by the sun during field day activities at Point Defiance Elementary School. Zoe, who has a albinism condition, and fair-skinned sisters Violet and 7-year-old Eleanor (not pictured) all went home with severe sunburns. Dean J. Koepfler Staff file, 2012

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