Miraculous baby of a couple who suffered six miscarriages dies in a hot car in 91F heat after babysitter forgot to hand her over to daycare
- Two-year-old Zariah Hasheme died Tuesday in a hot car in Hobbs, New Mexico
- Her babysitter Tammie Brooks, 40, forgot to drop her at the daycare and left her in a hot car in 91F heat for a few hours
- She discovered the baby when she put a message to the bank
- She has been accused of leaving behind or abusing a child resulting in death
- Parents Demi Petrowski and Zachary Hasheme suffered six miscarriages before they got their wonder baby Zariah
Tammie Brooks, 40, has been accused of leaving or abusing a child resulting in death
A New Mexico couple who suffered six miscarriages were left with a broken heart after their wonder baby daughter died when her babysitter left her in a hot car for hours.
Two-year-old Zariah Hasheme died in Hobbs on September 17 when babysitter Tammie Brooks (40) reportedly forgot to take Zariah to daycare and immediately went to work.
Zariah stayed in the car in the blazing 91F heat.
The police were called on Tuesday at 1.30 pm in response to reports from a woman who accidentally left a child in her vehicle for several hours.
Hobbs Fire and Rescue declared the little Zariah on the spot.
Two-year-old Zariah Hasheme died Tuesday in a hot car in Hobbs, New Mexico, after her babysitter Tammie Brooks left her in the vehicle for several hours in 91F heat
Parents Demi Petrowski (right) and Zachary Hasheme (left) incited six miscarriages before they got their wonder baby Zariah
For parents Demi Petrowski and Zachary Hasheme, the death of little Zariah left them saddened.
& # 39; I would not wish this pain and this pain to my worst enemy, & # 39; said Demi KOB4.
& # 39; I previously had six miscarriages to get my daughter. I remember praying non-stop every day, & she added.
Zachary said his wife called him hysterical to tell him the bad news.
& # 39; I hear Demi on the other hand shout that Zariah is dead and I didn't know what to do. I hit my brakes and stopped, & he said.
& # 39; I mean, you can forget to bring a pen, but it is rather difficult to forget a child in the car, & # 39; he added.
& # 39; I hear Demi on the other hand shout that Zariah is dead and I didn't know what to do. I hit the brake and stopped, & Zariah's father said when he heard of the tragedy
Brooks said she forgot to drop Zariah out at the daycare and immediately went to work. When she returned to the car later in the day to go to the couch, she found the child. Zariah was declared dead on the spot
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help the Zariah family with funeral expenses. From Sunday afternoon, $ 2,415 was raised from the $ 2,000 goal
Brooks has been accused of leaving behind or abusing a child resulting in death and is being held in Hobbs County detention center.
She told the police that she did not notice that Zariah was sitting in the back seat of the car until she went to the couch in the afternoon.
She is scheduled to appear in court on Monday.
Now the parents of Zariah warn the couple to take care and always check the back seat as a safety measure.
& # 39; Always look at the rear seat of the car, and if there is a child in it or you hear a child screaming, please – you know, help, & # 39; said Demi.
& # 39; With regard to daycare centers, if you know that a child is not there at the agreed time, contact the parents or someone on the emergency list immediately, & # 39; she added.
A GoFundMe This page has been set up to help the Zariah family with funeral expenses. From Sunday afternoon, $ 2,415 was raised from the $ 2,000 goal.
In 2019, so far, 43 car deaths have occurred.
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