In state structures the 3 minors who were roaming abandoned in Ampelonas | News, news about LARISA

In state structures the 3 minors who were roaming abandoned in Ampelonas | News, news about LARISA
In state structures the 3 minors who were roaming abandoned in Ampelonas | News, news about LARISA

In humane living conditions, it is expected that the three minor children who roamed thirsty and fasting in the neighborhoods of Ampelonas, looking for some water and a piece of bread, will continue their lives from now on, after by order of the Prosecutor they were transferred to public facilities for the accommodation of minors where they are sure to find the warmth and care they have been missing.

The wretched situation in which the 3 minor children of the same mother and different fathers who had arrived a few days ago in Ampelonas with the father of one and the stepfather of the others raised the awareness of the residents of Ampelonas who notified the authorities and the children with the intervention of of the police and the social services of the municipality of Larisaion were taken to the hospital to provide them with first aid.

The image of the 3 children literally shocked the police officers who received them as well as the doctors and nurses who treated them, since according to paidis.com information the children, in addition to being fasting and thirsty, were dirty and barefoot, and the youngest of he had wounds on his legs as a result of which he had difficulty walking. In addition, all 3 children had difficulty communicating with the police and health workers.

It is worth noting that the father and stepfather of the minors were arrested by the police for neglect and exposing minors to danger, while their mother had not appeared in the first days.

Source: paidis.com


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