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Todd Costello of Medina, Ohio, lost his son, Tyler, in 2002 after forgetting the 9-month-old in the back of his car in his office parking lot. He’s had to find a way to live with the guilt. “On that morning,” he says, “I had to make brief trips from building to building, and it took me past my car. But from that position, you couldn’t see into the car. It was just a ball of windshield glare. I know that is a fact. But in my dreams, that scenario changes a little. I can see my son in the car. I wave, and I say, ‘I’ll be right back, Tyler.’” In an interview with The Post, Costello and his wife, Melody, talk about coping with the grief.

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