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A 2-year-old New Mexico girl is dead after a nanny allegedly left her in a hot car, it’s dealing with a particularly vicious blow to her parents, who claim they have suffered six miscarriages before she was born.
Zariah Hasheme, of Hobbs, passed away on Tuesday after her, a nanny, a 41-year-old Tammie Brooks, is said to have left her in the car, according to the researchers. At about 6:30 p.m., Brooks was supposed to drop the toddler off at daycare, but drove to work instead.”
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It wasn’t until hours later that Brooks “knew that the child was still in the car, and after the execution of contract,” of the Hobbs Police department wrote on Facebook. Authorities responded at around 1:30 a.m., when she was Zariah is not responding.
Tammie Brooks, 41, was arrested after a child in her care died from being left in a hot car in the state of New Mexico, on Tuesday, police said.
(Hobbs Police Department)
Zariah was an only child, according to her parents, Zachary Hasheme and Coffee Petrowski. Petrowski said she suffereda number of miscarriages prior to successfully Zariah.
“I’ve had six miscarriages before my daughter,” she told KOB. “I have to remind myself to pray each and every day, non-stop.”
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Petrowski said the loss of her daughter is unbearable and that she “wouldn’t wish this hurt and this pain on my worst enemy.”
Hasheme, he said he learned it from Zariah’s ” the death of Petrowski, who referred to him as “screaming on the other line to say that Zariah’s death, and I don’t know what to do. … And I slammed on my brakes and pulled over.”
Zariah Hasheme, 2, was pronounced dead on Tuesday after she was allegedly on her nanny’s vehicle.
The devastated father said, “I mean, you have a pen with you, but it’s hard to forget a child in the car.”
Zariah, is in one of the 43 children to die so far this year, only to be left in a hot car, according to the non-profit organization Kids and Cars, a score of deaths.
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Parenting expert, Dr Rosina McAlpine, previously told Fox News, the caregivers forget children are in the vehicle, and if they are in a rush to get to work, or to make an appointment, and have been distracted, causing them to forget about the child in the car.
Authorities said Brooks was charged with abandonment or abuse of a child resulting in death. She’s been locked up in Hobbs County Jail on no bond, according to jail records.
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