In New Zealand, a child was unfortunately found dead in a washing machine.
Authorities confirmed the tragic news that took place in Christchurch last Friday night. A police spokesperson said the preschooler was found on a front loader.
The spokesman said: “One person was injured and was taken to the hospital. They died later.” “The police are investigating the death and have notified the coroner.”
The community gathers in the whole family, and the chairman of the Waihoro/Spreden-Kashmir Community Committee, Karolyn Potter, said the tragedy has shaken their lives.
She said: “This is sadness that cannot be talked about.”
According to the information, the police did not regard the child’s death as a suspicious incident.
This tragic death has occurred worldwide and destroyed the Orlando community in 2019.
In August, a child managed to enter the family’s front-loading washing machine, and the boy died unfortunately.
Cory Burkarth of the Orlando Police Department said at the time: “At some point in the process, the door was closed. Either he opened it himself, or his siblings closed it.
“That is what we are still looking for. So what we are looking for now is, when that door is closed, does it form an airtight seal and deprive the child of oxygen?”