Husband of Woman Hurt by Shopping Cart Plans Foundation

The cart was thrown from four stories up.

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    The husband of a woman critically injured by a shopping cart tossed by youths from a fourth-floor walkway in Harlem says he'll use the tragedy to promote a good cause.     

    Michael Hedges said his family plans to create a foundation to try to help wayward inner city youth, reports the Daily News.     

    His wife, Marion Salmon Hedges, was walking with her 14-year-old son outside a Target store on Sunday when the cart fell on her head.     

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    Police say two 12-year-old dropped the shopping cart from the fourth floor of the East River Shopping Plaza in Harlem. Pei-Sze Cheng has the story.

    Hedges said his wife has neurological damage and will eventually require months of rehabilitation.     

    Their son was not injured.     

    Two 12-year-old boys have been charged with felony assault and misdemeanor criminal possession of a weapon.