In Iran, a 4-year-old girl died after spending several hours in a car. Her parents, who attended a funeral, forgot about her when it was above 40 ° C.
Little Sadia lost her life as only four years old due to her parents’ neglect. In Iran, a family attended a funeral near Ramhormoz in scorching temperatures. That day, the thermometer rose to 49 ° C. Sleeping in the back of his parents’ car, little Sadia lost her life in the vehicle. In order not to wake her, they decided to leave her there for the time being to attend the funeral. It was only a few hours later, worried about the unbearable heat, that the parents hurried to their car. But he was already too late: when they returned, little Sadia was already unconscious. The doctors who examined her confirmed that the young girl had died of heatstroke and suffocation.
“A young couple left their four-year-old sleeping in a car as they went to mourn the little girl’s auntexplained the head of the forensic medicine department in Ramhormoz, Dr. Gholamreza Haidarnejad. The parents who decided not to wake the child then forgot about her because of their distress at the funeral. The child was left in the car for several hours in hot sunny weather and the car doors were locked. “ The doctor, who performed an autopsy on little Sadia’s body, addedshe was dead due to stress, intense heat and lack of oxygen in the vehicle, where the temperature may have risen to almost 50 ° C. An investigation is still ongoing.
Saint-Nazaire: a 12-month-old baby died in his father’s car
Every year, tragedies like this unfold due to parental neglect. On Monday, June 20, a 12-month-old baby died after being left alone in his mother’s car, below 28 ° C. The little boy was spotted in the vehicle around noon. 17.30 unconscious in his car seat in a car parked near the sea, a few steps from the center of Saint-Nazaire. In a press release, the public prosecutor in Saint-Nazaire, Sylvie Canovas-Lagarde, quoted by France blueexplain it the father forgot to drop him off at the nursery before going to work, around 8:30 p.m. He then went to Saint-Nazaire Hospital, where he is a nurse.