Two-year-old girl dies in a vehicle forgotten by babysitter


  • The 43-year-old woman is charged with aggravated murder and held on bail

  • The suspect lacked a driver’s license and was not wearing a child seat

  • The events took place last Friday in South Florida (USA)

Juana Pérez-Domingo, 43, faces criminal charges for the death of a two-year-old girl abandoned in a vehicle in the sun for hours. Is woman from Florida (United States) this accused of aggravated murder and is being held on a bail of $ 50,000 (about 42,380 euros).

According to the Miami-Dade Police complaint, the woman was in charge of taking the little girl, Joselyn Maritza Méndez, to the nursery last Friday morning. Since it was still early, he went home.

There he turned off the car engine and forgot the girl inside the vehicle, who was fastened with the seat belt, on a day where the temperature in that area of ​​South Florida exceeded 35 degrees.

Seven hours later he returned to the car but the minor had already died. “I left work at 3:00 p.m. and called her at 3:11 p.m. and she did not answer me. Then I called her again at 3:35 p.m. and she did not answer me again. I called her twice and finally She answered me, she told me that ‘the girl is already dead,’ “recalled Elvia Méndez, mother of the minor, in an interview with Telemundo 51.

“When she realizes what happened, she takes the girl to her mother’s house, she never called 911,” exclaimed Judge Mindy S. Glazer, presiding over the hearing held the next day, Saturday, when the charges were filed. against Pérez-Domingo.

According to court documents, the suspect did not have a driver’s license and did not have a child seat.

“She forgot, or I don’t know, the only one who knows is her. All she said to me was goodbye my love. It was a tragedy, it was not intentional. We don’t really know what happened,” said Pedro, Pérez-Domingo’s husband.

The detainee, who had been taking the children to school and daycare for the past six months, still has not pleaded guilty.


Source: Telecinco – Noticias de última hora, realities y series by www.telecinco.es.

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