Two young sisters were found dead inside a hot vehicle that was parked outside their home in Brisbane.
The girls were reportedly one and two years old in age, confirmed reports. At the moment, police are carrying out investigations into the incident, explaining how they believe the tragic incident unfolded. The exact location of the incident was identified as the Logan suburb, situated at Waterford West in southern Brisbane.
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One local report confirmed how the two young girls were left inside a parked car by accident during extremely soaring temperatures that included about 32 degrees centigrade. The mother found her little children inside the parked vehicle. Panicking and frantic as ever, she witnessed how they were unresponsive and drenched in sweat.
For this reason, she rushed them inside the home and splashed water on their bodies, hoping for a miracle. However, they failed to respond and on that note, the mum opted to dial rescue services for emergency help. Paramedics rushed to the scene by 1:30 in the afternoon.
Despite the medical experts racing to the scene and doing their ultimate best to revive the girls, it was just too late. Moreover, neighbors in the community gathered after hearing about the shocking incident, watching with heavy hearts as the young girls’ bodies were transported away from their residence.
Meanwhile, Detective Inspector for the case, Mark White, confirmed how it was obvious that the young children died from extreme exposure to heat. “The QAS did their level best to revive those young angels. However, they were both declared dead at the crime scene.
“The two kids showed all the evidence that hinted at the extreme exposure of heat and that is how they passed away,” he went on to add.
On the other hand, the neighbors informed the authorities how the mum was a good parent and this appears to be a very unfortunate accident. “She was a very good mum,” they exclaimed. While there have been no arrests made so far, the police are in touch with the parents.