Two-and-a-half-year-old baby was left at home for a nap when the mother came home to find that the baby had fallen.

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 Two-and-a-half-year-old baby was left at home for a nap when the mother came home to find that the baby had fallen.


A tragedy happened in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province. On the afternoon of July 24, one or two-and-a-half-year-old babies on the first floor of Qianshan were left to take a nap at home by their parents. Unexpectedly, they fell down from their home on the 31st floor and died. Reporters from the police, community owners and other places confirmed that children fall into two sections after the body, the scene of the fall is extremely tragic.

Incident District

Incident District

It is reported that the accident took place on the afternoon of July 24 in Tixiang District, Jinyu District, Qianshan Wanke. Reporters learned from the police that at 2 p.m. that day, the mother went out to buy vegetables and do hair, while the baby took a nap at home. About two hours later, the mother returned home and found that the window screens were open and the children were missing. Later, the mother sought the help of the security guards in the community. After a long time of searching, she finally found the child outside the wall of the community. When she found the childs body, it was divided into two parts.

The building window, children suspected of falling through the window.

The pictures on the scene were quite tragic.

Reporters also visited the incident area in the afternoon, the owners of the area and nearby shops have told reporters that they know about the matter. Some owners showed the scene photos when they found the children to reporters. Reporters saw that the children in the photos were incomplete and extremely tragic. The owner of the district introduced that after the incident, the mother of the child was very self-accused and in a trance.

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