Thu. Jul 25th, 2024
alert-–-tragedy-as-family’s-four-month-old-baby-girl-dies-from-heat-exposure-after-july-4-weekend-trip-to-lake-havasuAlert – Tragedy as family’s four-month-old baby girl dies from heat exposure after July 4 weekend trip to Lake Havasu

A precious four-month-old baby girl died from heat exposure after an outing on an Arizona lake as large swathes of the US continue to bake in extreme temperatures. 

Tributes have poured in for Tanna Rae Wroblewski who lost consciousness Friday while on a boat with her family on Lake Havasu, around three hours outside of Phoenix. 

The family quickly started CPR on the infant before the Lake Havasu City Fire Department took over. 

Tanna was taken to Havasu Regional Medical Center before she was airlifted to Phoenix Children’s Hospital where she later died, just days before she turned four-months-old. 

‘I will never understand why you had to leave us, you were just too perfect. I love you endlessly and I will look for you everywhere angel,’ Tanna’s mother, Alyssa Wroblewski, said. 

Four-month-old Tanna Rae Wroblewski tragically died on Friday after she lost consciousness while on a boat in Lake Havasu, Arizona

Four-month-old Tanna Rae Wroblewski tragically died on Friday after she lost consciousness while on a boat in Lake Havasu, Arizona

The family quickly started CPR on the infant before the Lake Havasu City Fire Department took over. (pictured: Tanna with her mother, father and older sister on her first boat day in May)

The family quickly started CPR on the infant before the Lake Havasu City Fire Department took over. (pictured: Tanna with her mother, father and older sister on her first boat day in May)

Although her cause of death has not yet been released, officials believe it was brought on by a heat-related illness. 

Tanna was born on March 8 and she was a younger sister to her sibling Ray, according to Alyssa’s Facebook. 

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A GoFundMe page was created to help support the baby’s family during this challenging time. 

When she was taken to the second hospital, staff ‘did everything in their power to revive her,’ but Tanna did not make it, the page said. 

As of Tuesday morning, the donation page raised more than $44,000 to help the heartbroken family. 

A sweltering heat wave has taken over the US, causing many to feel ill and others to die. 

Arizona, a state known for its extremely hot weather, recently hit a new daily record for the warmest low temperature of 92 degrees Fahrenheit, CNN reported.

In California, a motorcyclist died in Death Valley from heat exposure on Saturday. The high temperature that day reached 128 degrees Fahrenheit, according to data. 

When she was taken to the second hospital, staff 'did everything in their power to revive her'

When she was taken to the second hospital, staff ‘did everything in their power to revive her’

On Monday, Alyssa posted heartbreaking photos of her and her husband taking in their final moments with their baby girl in the hospital

On Monday, Alyssa posted heartbreaking photos of her and her husband taking in their final moments with their baby girl in the hospital

Prior to the tragic loss, Tanna joined her family on many boat trips, going out on the water for the first time at just seven weeks’ old. 

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‘Enjoying the things we love with our girls makes it that much more special,’ Alyssa said in a post from May as they posed for family pictures near the lake. 

On Monday, Alyssa posted heartbreaking photos of her and her husband taking in their final moments with their baby girl in the hospital. 

She wrote: ‘July 5, 2024 our precious girl gave us her last smiles and we gave her our last kisses. Please visit us baby girl.’

Later that day, on what would have been Tanna’s four-month-old birthday, her mother shared adorable pictures of her smiling in a bathing suit by the lake. 

‘These are the last photos I took of you before you left us. Your smile radiated joy.

‘I always said she is my ANGEL she is my PEACE. I never thought there would be a day in my life without you. You made our family whole,’ Alyssa said. 

Although her cause of death has not yet been released, officials believe it was brought on by a heat-related illness. (pictured: Tanna being held by her mother and father in the hospital)

Although her cause of death has not yet been released, officials believe it was brought on by a heat-related illness. (pictured: Tanna being held by her mother and father in the hospital) 

Tanna was born on March 8 to her mother and father, Matthew Wroblewski. She was their second child and a sister to her sibling Ray

Tanna was born on March 8 to her mother and father, Matthew Wroblewski. She was their second child and a sister to her sibling Ray

Her mother said that explaining Tanna’s death to her older sister has been challenging, and that Ray has laid out the baby’s favorite toys in her crib the past few nights. 

‘We love you and would give anything to have you here with us. We love you forever Tanny,’ she added. 

Detectives are conducting an investigation into the child’s sudden death, the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office told 12News. 

On June 13, another young baby died after being left in the back of a hot car just two months after she was taken home by her adoptive parents. 

Diana Sofia Aleman Roman was found unresponsive in the SUV outside her parents’ home in Santee, San Diego, about 12.20am. 

On June 13,  Diana Sofia Aleman Roman was found unresponsive in the SUV outside her adoptive parents' home in Santee, San Diego. (pictured: Diana with one of her parents)

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A four-year-old Texas girl died on Thursday after she was forgotten inside a car by her caregivers for around an hour. One of the adults soon called 911 after noticing the toddle was missing

A four-year-old Texas girl died on Thursday after she was forgotten inside a car by her caregivers for around an hour. One of the adults soon called 911 after noticing the toddle was missing 

She had been left in the car for several hours in 63F weather when a family member found her and called 911. The baby girl was rushed to hospital but did not survive. 

A four-year-old Texas girl died on Thursday after she was forgotten inside a car by her caregivers for around an hour. 

Officials said that the girl was with two women and a group of children running errands in a Chevy pickup truck the entire day. 

Investigators believe the girl was left in the piping hot pickup truck for about an hour until one of the women realized the child was missing, came back outside to find her and called 911.

She was rushed to the hospital, where she was pronounced dead.

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