Eight years old~, who was discovered dead after being carried away by the swift water, the hunt for the missing four-year-old kid will go on along a California coastline. The incident occurred on Sunday at around 2:00 p.m. when the mother of the child and a friend tried to cross the Kings River in Fresno County with the children in order to reach a rock. In order to look for the 8-year-old girl and 4-year-old kid who went downstream, deputies were called to the base of Pine Flat Dam.
The search team included the Swift Water Rescue team, the Fresno County Sheriff’s Department helicopter, and other organizations. Deputies discovered the 8-year-old girl underwater one hour later. In Fresno County, the Kings River is still off limits to the general public. Rescue workers stopped looking for the youngster at dusk and resumed their search early the following morning.
Lt. Brandon Pursell adds, “This is a very sad day for all of us, and it’s a very sad day for the family.” “We need people to pay attention and listen to us.” According to officials, parents who let their kids play in the water risk being charged with child neglect and endangering the welfare of a child.
2 Newborn Twin discovered Dead in Trash Bin in Ohio:
On Saturday, two newborn twins were discovered dead and dumped in a trash can on Cleveland’s Eastside. A 16-year-old female who authorities suspect gave birth to the infants days earlier was located and was transported to the hospital for treatment, according to Sgt. Jennifer Ciaccia of the Cleveland Homicide authorities Unit. “Investigators will present the facts of this case to the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Prosecutor’s Office,” according to Ciaccia’s statement.
Ciaccia claims that the two kids were discovered on Saturday night at Cleveland’s Buckeye Shaker Square, close to the 2800 block of Ludlow Road.According to WKYC, the babies were born on Thursday. According to neighbors who spoke with the site, they heard the babies wailing late at night but did not pay them any attention other than to assume that they were waiting for food.
Under Ohio law, if parents feel they can’t properly take care of a newborn child, they can drop an infant off at a local “safe haven” with no penalty as long as it’s done within 30 days of the child being born. These locations include hospitals, fire stations, or police stations.
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