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The 21-year-old died on her birthday.  Her two-year-old daughter killed her.  The husband unsuccessfully tried to save her

The 21-year-old died on her birthday. Her two-year-old daughter killed her. The husband unsuccessfully tried to save her

The 21-year-old died on her birthday.  Her two-year-old daughter killed her.  The husband unsuccessfully tried to save her

21-year-old Yulia Sharko lived in the Belarusian countryside. Together with her husband, they raised two children, four-year-old Margarita and two-year-old Arianna. On an unlucky day, the woman got out of the car and when she wanted to get her younger daughter out of it, the girl accidentally pressed the button to close the windows. The event ended tragically.

The two-year-old killed her mother. She cut off her oxygen

The woman came out and looked at her through the window before she took her daughter out. The girl pressed the button responsible for closing the windows. Julia didn’t have time to react. The glass quickly caught her neck and cut off oxygen. The unconscious woman was pulled out by her husband, but it was too late.

Yulia was rushed to the hospital, but as reported at the time, she died eight days after the accident. The cause was said to be a lack of oxygen in the body, which resulted in permanent brain damage.

The child then pressed an automatic switch that closed the window and cut off the mother’s air supply. (…) Her brain suffered irreversibly due to clogged arteries.

Death on your birthday. It was a tragedy for the whole family

On the day of the incident, Yulia celebrated her twenty-first birthday. According to the findings of the Belarusian Investigative Committee, the woman came with her family to a friend’s house in the countryside. It was her husband who found her, but it was too late:

On August 31, at around 4:30 p.m., her husband found her unconscious, her neck pinched through the front left door window of their family car.

Source: Gazeta

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