& # 39; He's after dad everywhere & # 39 ;: A broken baby of the toddler running over to his own backyard pays homage to the little boy
- Uncle shared heartache over tragic loss of his cousin on Angle Vale Saturday
- Two years old, & # 39; was hit by a family car in the backyard of the house in the morning
- Emergency services arrived on site and tried to resuscitate the toddler
- His uncle described the cousin as a full life inseparable from his father
A heartbroken uncle described his disbelief after hearing that his cousin was hit by a family car.
The 41-year-old, who asked not to be mentioned, said he couldn't believe the news after the tragic accident in Angle Vale, north of Adelaide, on Saturday.
& # 39; He was daddy & # 39; s boy, & # 39; he said Adelaide now.
& # 39; He has followed his father everywhere. & # 39;
Emergency services were unable to resuscitate the two-year-old, the youngest of six, after being run over by the vehicle in the backyard of the Whitelaws Court house.
A heartbroken uncle described his disbelief after being informed that his cousin had been run over by a family car
Police have seized a white Toyota Prado Landcruiser 4WD as the investigation continues.
Officers also saw the background of the back garden as evidence.
The toddler's uncle said his cousin had just celebrated his birthday and that the animated two-year-old was full of life.
& # 39; Everyone just loved him. he was so full of joy. & # 39;
The uncle was in his house when he received the phone call from his mother that something had gone wrong.
At first he thought it was just a setback and the child had fallen over.
Although the news of the terrible accident has sent shock waves throughout the community.
The uncle said the boy's 39-year-old father had collapsed.
Emergency services were unable to resuscitate the two-year-old, the youngest of six, after being run over by the vehicle in the back yard of the Whitelaws Court house
He described the relationship between the father and son as close as the couple regularly did woodwork together.
While he admitted that the youngsters are & # 39; brutal & # 39; moments, he smiled at everyone's face.
Not long ago, his aunt taught him how to plank and balance on his arms.
According to neighbors, since the beginning of the year the family rents the house in the quiet cul-de-sac.
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