Case of Negligence initiated following death of 3-y.o. girl in Kirov
The mother kept the child in unsanitary conditions, without medicines and food.
ICR investigators in the Kirov have initiated a case against unidentified prevention and health care workers who may be responsible for the death of a 3-year-old girl in Kirov. As the investigation has found out, the child has not been taken to see a doctor from the age of eight months. At the same time, officials have not performed any work in relation to the family.
Earlier, investigators found out that the child’s mother did not provide the necessary care and kept the girl in poor sanitation, without medicines and food.
To recall, a 21-year-old resident of Kirov had left her daughter alone in the apartment for several days. As a result, the child died of dehydration. The child’s mother has been placed under arrest. She has been charged with Murder of a Juvenile with Extreme Cruelty.
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