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Monday, October 10, 2016

Two Year-Old Girl Dies in Hot Car While Mom Worked

Authorities are investigating the death of a 2-year-old girl who was left in a hot car for nearly nine hours after her mother went to work at a North Carolina VA Medical Center.



The Salisbury Post reports...... police said the mother went to work in Salisbury, about 42 miles northeast of Charlotte, around 7:55 a.m. Thursday, leaving the child in a car seat. A passer-by discovered the child at 4:37 p.m. The car had been parked in the sun and the windows were rolled up.

Officials said a VA police officer broke a window to get into the car. Despite attempts to resuscitate the girl, she was pronounced dead at the scene.
No identities have been released. Salisbury Police Capt. Shelia Lingle said investigators will talk to the district attorney's office to determine how to proceed.
abc news reportage.



*How can anyone forget their child in a car for so many hours?Wickedness!


26 comments:

  1. I wonder how many occurrences before parents and adults in care of kids wud learn from this.
    There was a case whr d mother deliberately left d baby in d car to die.
    Shior!
    RIP kid.

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    1. Rip little one... the mother is just wicked. What explanation do u have to forget your child . Why leave her in the car in the first place .

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    2. Mothers who ever want to pay baby sitter

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    1. Thank you Jesus's for guiding my kids.. 3 weeks ago I left my kids when they were fast asleep and follow my boyfriend to the pub, later to his house for a quickie by the time I got home

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    2. Hehehehe u no well. Comot here joor, super story

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  3. It baffles me why these oyibo men and women misbehave everytime.

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    1. It's stress oh! Mental stress. My inlaws friend did it in ph 2 years ago. Workaholic guy left his baby in the car seat. He remembered during lunch time but by then the child had died of suffocation. He was more concerned about his job that he forgot to drop her off at the baby sitters on his way to work. I don't know if the wife has moved back in. But she had been TTC for like 5 years and then..... She just walked out of the marriage.

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  4. Nawaooo,some mothers can be careless

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  5. Can some "humans" stop this????

    Mistakes and accidents do happen I agree but for goodness sake,how can one forget his or her child in a car and for soo long????
    How????
    So pissed!

    Be safe now baby. Be safe.

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  6. I wouldn't term it wickedness.
    Its carelessness mixed with misplaced priority.
    It happens yearly.

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  7. Na wa o...how can i forget my child any where for any reason what so ever....God have mercy

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  8. So sad.lord please continue to give us mothersaid all we need to take care of these precious gifts which u have given us, amen.

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  9. That's too bad. What was on her mind for the 9hours? Rip little Angel.

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  10. Im not surprised, oyibo people na their way. . .

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  11. Oh this is so sad, how could she forgot her child in the car for christ sake

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  12. 😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱😱
    Sad!!!!
    Rip little one.

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  13. Eeiyah....please let's not blame her, she probably couldn't afford a nanny and had no nice friends to baby sit for her while at work, at least she has a job and is trying her best, the odds were just against her.

    Better than living on welfare.

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    1. Thank you for this comment Dauntless cersei, their system over there is so bad and poor, unlike here in Nigeria where you can call a relative, friend or even neibough to help you look after your child. Preschool is very expensive there the cheapest is about $900except the child is 5 years and above that's when free school starts.

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    2. There are so many cheap baby sitters around .

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  14. Carelessness happens everyday. Despite the fear for loss this act will still happen a decade and more from now

    MrsBee

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