Tharon Trujillo Baby Sister Sliding Glass Door

January 24, 2012 by staff 

Tharon Trujillo Baby Sister Sliding Glass Door, A young man by the name of Louis Braille was only 12 when he began working on a system of reading and writing that relied on raised dots. Thomas Alva Edison was only a teen when he got to work on his telegraphic repeating instrument. And Tharon Trujillo was 10 when he came up with a safety gate that would keep children and pets from going through sliding screen doors, according to The Sacramento Bee.

Now Tharon is 13 years old and his invention, the Lock N Block Safety Gate, will be making its debut in March.

Trujillo was watching television in his living room one day when his baby sister, Daysha, tripped on the rug in front of their open sliding-glass door and tumbled through the screen.
Daysha was fine. Her older brother wasnt.

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