Neno tragedy! Three children suffocate to death in locked vehicle

Three chidren, two of them twins, have died in Neno after they accidentally locked themselves in a stationary vehicle.

3 children suffocate in locked car

Neno police spokesperson, Raphael Kaliati, said the three children, aged nine and below, left their homes on Saturday and were later found dead after 24 hours in a stationary car.

He said the car had all windows closed to the brim and all doors closed.

“Postmortem has shown that the three children died due to suffocation, they stayed in the vehicle for long hours without proper air,” said Kaliati.

The twins were Peter and Paul Mithi and the third child was Lonjezo children die in locked vehicle who all came from Chisesa village in Chief Mlauli’s area in Neno.

The police is therefore asking parents to always enquire the whereabouts of their children.

“The children might have been shouting for help but they could not be heard because all the windows were closed,” said Kaliati.

Kaliati ruled out foul play in the deaths.

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Rodgers
Rodgers
4 years ago

Sorry

Kamtekete
Kamtekete
4 years ago

Reporter was very unprofessional.

Noxy
4 years ago

So sad May Their Soul Rest In Erternal Peace

Happy Botha
Happy Botha
4 years ago

How I wish the reporter stated more facts 1. How did the children find themselves all in the car 2. Can we assume its a family car? Car was stationary & unlocked ? Such good stories should be answering reasonable questions that may arise! I beg to move.

Zuze
Zuze
4 years ago
Reply to  Happy Botha

These are malawian reporters. Cashgate and political reporters

Ado
Ado
4 years ago
Reply to  Happy Botha

This sir is not a good story but rather a tragic one

Chiko
Chiko
4 years ago

This story doesn’t add up. Where was the car, at home? How did the children get into the car? So the parents didn’t even bother about the whereabouts of their children for 24 hours. Strange.

Emmanuel
Emmanuel
4 years ago
Reply to  Chiko

Man Chiko! your observations are quite clear,one can not understand how this happened,mmmm??

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