One father is sharing his absolute heartbreak and devastation after his 3-year-old daughter died after being left alone inside a scorching vehicle for six hours, while the mother watched television.
The grieving dad explained how his daughter was ‘left to die’ in the most horrific manner at 62 degrees centigrade as the mother and her boyfriend were busy watching tv.
The victim was identified as 3-year-old Rylee who stayed inside the Toyota Prado for nearly 6 hours on one of the hottest days in Australia, where temperatures reached 32 degrees celsius, as revealed in the Australian court.
On the other hand, shocking reports from the police revealed how the mother Laura Peverill watched Netflix with her lover, leaving the young child inside the car, after dropping her elder sisters at school. The couple supposedly ‘forgot’ how Rylee was inside and locked the vehicle before entering their residence.
After realizing the devastating mistake, the mother rushed back after a period of six hours and found the child unconscious. Therefore, she rushed her to a nearby hospital in Queensland but it was just too late to revive her.
Authorities claim that temperatures in the car probably reached as high as 60 degrees centigrade.
But now, the young girl’s father is breaking his silence, stating how the news of his daughter’s death gives him nightmares. “It’s just horrifying when you think about what my little child went through,” he explained.
“She way my baby. She was such a cheeky child who loved to snuggle up with me for a cuddle,” the heartbroken dad added.
Rylee’s mom and her boyfriend have reportedly been convicted of manslaughter while the father is asking authorities to raise awareness on making child detection software inside vehicles mandatory to avoid such unfortunate tragedies.
At the moment, the father has even started a parliamentary petition in honor of his child, that has managed to receive about 1500 signatures.
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