Sad mother talking about her child
Very sad news indeed that was shared by Chate FM Nakonde 89.9FM and Chinsali 91.3FM on social media platforms , a young 6 year old girl crying out loud for help as she was part of the accident that took place at Mpanda.
The source quoted the words of the young girl speaking to her mother , she said "Pull me out of the truck," were the words of Beauty Nakomba told her mother before she could be amputated after the horrific accident at Mpanda in Nakonde.
The source said Her mother, Agness Nalwamba, watched helplessly as her daughter was rushed to the hospital.
Her only cry at the time was for the child to lose a body part and not her life. The source also revealed that , the girl cried because her leg was stuck in a car ,she was basically in pains.
The mother couldn't help as she was helpless and confused . The source also revealed that the 6 year old sadly passed away few hours of her arrival in hospital .
May her soul rest in peace and the mother god heal her as she has experience the sad moment.
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