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Dec. 13, 18 | 1:56 pm

A four-year-old boy died after getting stuck and drowned inside an electric washing machine in a villa in Al Rawdha, Ajman.

Lt. Colonel Yahya Khalaf Al Matroushi, director of Al Humaidiya Police station, said the boy was with his uncle and grandmother. He went inside the washing machine and it might have slammed shut, as per Ajman Police preliminary investigation.

Hot water automatically flowed inside it before the washing cycle started.

When the boy’s mother returned to the villa to pick him up, the boy was found dead inside the machine due to drowning and suffocation.

The uncle broke the door of the washing machine to retrieve the boy’s body.

The police were later on informed regarding the incident.

Lt. Colonel Al Matroushi advised parents to keep a close eye on their children to avoid similar accidents.

The automatic start of the machine seemed unusual but foul play has ruled been out.

 

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وفاة طفل مواطن غرقا داخل غسالة في عجمان توفي طفل مواطن في الرابعة من عمره نتيجة غرقه في غسالة ملابس كهربائية في منطقة الروضة بعجمان. وأفاد المقدم يحيى خلف المطروشي مدير مركز شرطة الحميدية الشامل بشرطة عجمان بورود بلاغ إلى غرفه العمليات يفيد بوجود طفل متوفي داخل غسالة ملابس في منزله الكائن بمنطقة الروضة بعجمان، وعليه تحركت دوريه المركز وجميع الوحدات المختصه في الشرطة والنيابة العامة والطبيب الشرعي بعجمان، واتضح بأن الطفل المتوفي كان في المنزل مع خاله وجدته، وتوجه إلى موقع الغسيل ودخل في المكان المخصص لوضع الملابس في الغسالة مما أدي الي إغلاق باب الغسالة عليه ودورانها بشكل أوتوماتيكي بعد امتلائها بالماء الساخن، ما أثر بوفاته بسبب اختناقه وغرقه بداخلها، وعثرت عليه والدته عند عودتها للمنزل، ثم كسر خاله باب الغساله لإخراجه. ونوه المقدم يحيى خلف إلى أولياء الأمور بضرورة الاهتمام بالأطفال ومراقبتهم، وعدم تركهم بالقرب من المواقع الخطرة في المنزل، ووضع احتياطات الأمان والسلامة تجنبا للعواقب الوخيمة والإصابات والخسائر في الأرواح. وتتقدم القيادة العامة لشرطة عجمان ببالغ الأسى والعزاء لذوي الطفل المتوفي، راجين من الله العلي القدير أن يسكنه فسيح جناته ويلهم ذويه الصبر والسلوان. #شرطة_عجمان #وزارة_الداخلية #الشرطة_الاتحادية #الشرطة #حكومة_عجمان #الإمارات ‎‏#ajmanpolice #moiuae #uaepolice #moi #police #ajmangov #uaegov #uae 13/12/2018

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How to keep your children safe inside your home?

From the case of the four-year old boy who drowned inside a washing machine to the seven-year old girl who fell to her death in a building, dangers are present no matter where you are, even at home.

Here are some tips to keep your young children safe inside your homes:
* Always monitor your kids, especially young ones. Never leave them alone inside the house.
* Lock windows especially for rooms in upper-storeys to avoid children falling out of it
* Keep hot drinks and dangerous chemicals away from and out of reach of children
* Replace faulty electrical appliances and cords
* Inspect toys and monitor their playtime
* Lock the bathroom to avoid children from slipping
* Cut up food for young children to avoid choking
* Install fire alarms, unplug appliances, and purchase a fire extinguisher in cases of fire

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