It’s been a little more than a month since 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky was killed after getting lost just a mile away from his home in Brooklyn.
On Tuesday, a new effort gets underway to help children find a safe haven when they’re lost.
Kletzky’s death left such a feeling of hopelessness in the Borough Park community, throughout Brooklyn and even across the country. Now, community leaders and business owners are coming together to do more. Those stores will become safe spots for any lost child, to make sure they get home.
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