fbpx
Connect with us

News

Young Malaysian Toddler Tragically Dies After Drowning in Bucket Of Water

Published

Young Malaysian Toddler Tragically Dies After Drowning In Bucket Of Water - World Of Buzz
Source: NST

Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.

A family in Kuala Terengganu were recently met with devastation after discovering their son had drowned in a bucket of water at their own home.

According to Berita Harian, the father of an 18-month-old toddler woke up at around 12pm yesterday afternoon (30th January) at his home and noticed that his son was missing. He then woke his wife up and both parents looked all over the house for their child.

A few minutes later at around 12.30pm, they were shocked to find their unconscious toddler with his head in a bucket full of water. He had already turned blue.

18-Month-Old M'sian Boy Tragically Dies After Drowning In Bucket - World Of Buzz

Source: front desk

It is believed that the boy probably walked around the home and into the bathroom while everyone was asleep.

Fearing for his son’s life, he rushed the boy to a nearby clinic. However, the young boy was pronounced dead 50 minutes after receiving emergency treatment.

The child’s body was then sent to Hospital Sultanah Nur Zahirah for a post-mortem. The five-hour autopsy later confirmed that the 18-month-old died due to drowning.

According to Kuala Terengganu police chief Superintendent Suffian Sulaiman, the boy’s father, who works as a taxi driver, claimed that their bathroom door was actually broken, and their child would frequently walk into the bathroom before they fell asleep.

In light of this tragic death, the Kuala Terengganu police chief also advised parents to be aware of what their young children do at all times, and be sure that their children are always supervised especially if they walk into bathrooms.

Police have classified this case as sudden death.

Our condolences go out to this young boy’s family and hope they can find the strength to get through this difficult time. Meanwhile, parents, please be sure you keep a watchful eye on your kids!

 

Also read: Baby Boy in Setapak Tragically Dies After Allegedly Suffering Head Injuries Under Babysitter’s Care

7-Month Old Baby Boy Perished Under Babysitter's Care, Suffered From Severe Head-Related Injuries - World Of Buzz 1


Follow us on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram for the latest stories and updates daily.



Just In

Beach Park Ft Beach Park Ft
News55 mins ago

Penang Beach Park Forced To Shut Down After Thousands Of Visitors Were Spotted

A beach park in Penang, Taman Rekreasi Pantai Robina (also known as Robina Eco Park), has been forced to shut...

Mitsubishi Mitsubishi
News2 hours ago

M’sian Man Who Drove Against Traffic & Killed 2 Teenagers Charged With Murder

The driver who drove against traffic and killed two teenagers on 12 September has been charged with murder at the...

Kk Kk
News3 hours ago

Mount Kinabalu & Other Tourist Sites Reopened To Fully Vaccinated Individuals Starting 16 Sept

It’s finally time for fully vaccinated individuals to gear up as Mount Kinabalu is now open to the public for...

Collage 3 5 Collage 3 5
News5 hours ago

523 Covid-19 Positive Individuals & Those Ignoring Home Quarantine Identified In Kedah

After more than a year of fighting the pandemic, some people are still violating the SOPs by endangering the lives...

Ppcc Ppcc
News8 hours ago

PM: B40 Households To Receive Self-Test Kits & Oximeters From Govt In Covid-19 Care Package

Prime Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob announced yesterday (19 September) that the government will allocate over RM471.6 million to...

Khairy Jamaluddin Booster Shot Khairy Jamaluddin Booster Shot
News8 hours ago

KJ: Booster Shots Expected To Be Given To High-Risk Groups Starting October

Many countries have started giving booster shots to their citizens and it seems like Malaysia is next to follow suit....

Wee Ft Wee Ft
News1 day ago

Transport Minister: More Public Transport Expected To Operate At Full Capacity Next Month

As Malaysia moves into the Covid-19 endemic phase, more public transport is expected to operate if domestic tourist destinations are...

Rnr Rnr
News1 day ago

Almost All R&Rs Along PLUS Highway Have Reopened, Those Fully Vaccinated Allowed To Dine In

As Klang Valley moves on to Phase Two of the National Recovery Plan (NRP), more rest stops (R&R) have also...

Announcement

Latest Videos



TRENDING TODAY