A few days after becoming twin sisters, a 4-year-old British girl accidentally hanged herself from a tree-after the tragedy, her mother now talks about her “disaster of grief”.
According to Southwest News, Freya Thorpe was wearing a bicycle helmet when climbing a tree near his home in Upper Heyford, Oxfordshire in September 2019.
She slipped and fell, but the helmet strap hung on the tree, and despite the efforts of emergency responders, she still died.
“The Sun” reported: “I am a broken person, caught in a tragic storm.”
She said: “We live in hell, torture, shock and grief day and night, which is incomprehensible.”
The devastated mother told SWNS that she and her husband “were on the cloud at nine o’clock after the long-awaited twins Kiera and Zack arrived and experienced a difficult pregnancy”, adding that if she did not advance After giving birth in 10 days, she would have committed suicide.
She told the media: “Freya waited so patiently for nine long and difficult months of siblings to become big sisters.”
“Dad had to go to Cowley’s Boots Pharmacy in the early afternoon to collect special milk for the twins because they were allergic to milk,” Alice recalled.
The mother said that Freya was invited to play in a house 10 seconds away from the path, where the parents “confidently let their children go out to play.”
But on a decisive day, Freya went out on an adventure without her mother’s knowledge.
“I have an instinct that I want her to go home. Soon after that, I saw an ambulance at the end of the road-I panicked, and I didn’t know why I panicked,” Elise told SWNS.
“I called my husband and said I would get her back from the house. He said, “No, I’m only five minutes away from the baby,” she said.
“I saw his car passing by and did not return from the end of the road. I know something went wrong,” she added.
When she saw her husband with the firefighters, she grabbed the twins and rushed to a guard zone, where she saw first responders working hard on Freya.
After waiting for two days at John Radcliffe Hospital, she and her husband were told they could not save their daughter.
“I never stepped into the house again. This is what I still miss and miss today-my home,” Elise said.
She said: “I didn’t have a baby just ten days before going to the hospital that night, no doubt.”
“In the past 18 months, we have received so much support, we can’t tell everyone how much this has helped us, so I can never thank everyone for their support, friendly words and donations-even us I have never seen the support provided,” the mother continued.
“But we have also been censored and abused by people who asked’where are the parents. How can they let her go out alone?'” she added.
“This caused family disagreements and judgments among relatives, all because people didn’t know that Freya was not in our care when this happened.”