4-month-old BABY DIES FROM HEAT Exposure on Lake Havasu Amid Record Temperatures

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A 4-month-old child died on Friday, July 5, after being subjected to a heat wave while on Lake Havasu in Arizona with her family, according to a statement from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office.

Tanna Rae Wroblewski, a baby girl, became unwell and eventually lost consciousness around 5 p.m. on Friday as her family was on a boat on Lake Havasu.

Before the Lake Havasu City Fire Department came, Tanna’s relatives attempted CPR on her, according to a GoFundMe page set up for the Wroblewski. Tanna was then transferred to “Havasu Regional Medical Center, where they continued to work on her to get a pulse,” according to the MCSO statement.

She was then taken to Phoenix Children’s Hospital but died from her injuries. The investigation into Tanna’s death is still ongoing. Additionally, the medical examiner has yet to announce the infant’s cause of death.

Beginning on Thursday, July 4, the Lake Havasu region warned the public that temperatures will be breaking records for the first time in nearly 40 years. Temperatures in the area reached highs of 120°F on Friday and are forecast to remain in the 110s through the middle of July, according to Accuweather.

various heat-related deaths were recorded during the holiday weekend as temperatures climbed in various parts of the United States.

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Tanna’s mother, Alyssa, paid a poignant tribute to her late daughter on Sunday, July 7, via Facebook.

“Our real-life angel, Tannan Rae, has become an angel in paradise. We are utterly disappointed and heartbroken; there are simply no words. On July 5, 2024, our lovely girl gave us her last smile, and we gave her our final kiss. “Please visit us, baby girl,” she wrote.

“I’ll never understand why you had to leave us; you were just so beautiful. I adore you and will look for you everywhere, angel. Mama, Dada, and sister love you so much.”

Furthermore, according to Alyssa’s Facebook profile, the family visited Havasu in April, May, and June with the infant.

On Monday, July 8, the day Tanna would have turned four months old, Alyssa posted a tragic note on Facebook, accompanied by the last images of her daughter.

“These are my last photos of you before you left us .” Your smile exuded excitement. I’ve always claimed she’s my angel, my peace. I never imagined there would be a day in my life without you. You made our family complete. The mother wrote, “You would’ve been four months old today .”

She went on to say that communicating the loss to Tanna’s older sister Ray “has been tough.”

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“We can’t comprehend why you had to leave; how could she? The last few nights, she’s set out toys for you and made sure all of your favorites were in the bassinet before bed. We are crushed without you, baby child. There are no words. We adore you and would do anything to have you here with us. “We love you forever, Tanny .”

On Sunday, Devynn Crane set up a GoFundMe campaign for the Wroblewski family, writing in the description, “You would never expect the unthinkable to happen and have to plan a funeral for your sweet baby girl at the shy age of four months old.”

Donations had nearly quadrupled the $25,000 goal by the time of publishing on Tuesday, July 9.

On Tuesday, a spokeswoman from the Maricopa County Medical Examiner’s Office did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for additional information.


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