A family member a source spoke to, said her daughter got sick after she ate a yoghurt. "No, we don't know what exactly killed her, but she fell ill after eating yogurt that was brought to her by someone close to her", said a family member.
After she ate it around nine o'clock in the middle of the night, she had a stomach ache, and after a day in the hospital she was pronounced dead. "The doctor said that they found poison, and they ended up talking to her and promising, but they were shocked to find that when they returned to her, she was already dead".
The reports they are expecting now are for a post-term and if they come back saying the same thing they also want the perpetrator to bury her. "We know that no parent sends their child, but if reports prove this, we will ask them to bury her," he said.
The family does not know the reason why they lost their child but they hope that the police will investigate and find answers. We are still waiting to hear the police report.
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