By Paola Loriggio THE CANADIAN PRESS Pamela Freeman fought back tears Monday as she told a coroner’s inquest about holding her grandson the day he was born, seeing him grow into a precocious and enthusiastic child, and then grieving his death a few short years later. As a baby, Devon Freeman crawled around with his head down “looking like a big old bear,” rushing to get a hug, his grandmother said. “I can still feel it to this day,” she said. He grew to love cars and trucks, and his ability to recognize different makes and models at a young age surprised a few people, she said. He was interested in space and “knew the entire universe and all the planets,” with Saturn as his favourite, she said. “You simply
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