Foster mom charged in near drowning of unsupervised child in a hot tub in Breckenridge

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. - A Colorado Springs woman has been charged with child abuse negligence in connection with the near drowning of an unsupervised child at a hot tub at the Grand Lodge in Breckenridge.

Bianca Krakofsky is scheduled to appear in Summit County Court on Wednesday, according to the Summit Daily.

5-year-old Jayden Huller was in Krakofsky's foster care in October when the child was found unconscious in a hot tub.

Huller was in a coma in serious condition after the incident.

District Attorney Bruce Brown says adults are responsible for children in their care.

An attorney for Krakofsky did not return a phone call Tuesday seeking comment.

KKTV spoke with Jayden's mother in October. She said he had so much brain damage that if he comes out of the coma he likely will never be able to walk again.