Toddler falls from car and parents don’t notice until 30 miles later
Toddler falls from a moving car in India but her parents don’t notice until they get home 30 miles later
- Satheesh and Sathyabhama were returning from a ritual in Kerala last night
- 18-month-old Rohitha fell out of the jeep while her mother was sleeping
- The parents did not notice until they arrived home and called the police
- Rohitha crawled to a nearby checkpoint and officials saw her on CCTV
- She only sustained minor injuries and was returned to her family
An 18-month-old girl fell from a moving car and her parents didn’t notice until 30 miles later in southern India last night.
The toddler fell from the jeep in Kerala’s Idukki district as her parents, Satheesh and Sathyabhama, were returning from a ritual in Tamil Nadu’s Palani temple.
The girl, Rohitha, who was sitting in her sleeping mother’s lap, fell out as the jeep took a turn.
The vehicle is said to have travelled a distance of 30 miles without the parents realising that their child had fallen out of their car.
Meanwhile, Rohitha managed to crawl to a nearby forest checkpoint. The forest officials on duty spotted the baby through a CCTV camera and rushed to the spot to rescue her.
She was then given first aid and handed over to the police, and only sustained minor injuries.
The toddler fell from the jeep in Kerala’s Idukki district as her parents, Satheesh and Sathyabhama, were returning from a ritual in Tamil Nadu’s Palani temple
The toddler can be seen on all fours in the middle of the road after she fell out of her mother’s lap
Meanwhile, Rohitha managed to crawl to a nearby forest checkpoint where she was spotted on CCTV
It was only after the parents reached home at 12.30 am, that they discovered that their child was missing and filed a report to the Vellathooval police station.
They were then told that their child had been found in Munnar, near where she fell, and Rohitha was returned to her family.
The area where the incident occurred is infamous for attacks by wild animals and stray dogs.
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