EMPORIA, VA (WWBT) –
Blondia Curry is sad following the death of her son, Dameer, after he was left in a hot vehicle while she went to operate in Emporia.
Curry said she forgot the young boy in her cars and truck since he was asleep.
“If I could give my infant the breath from my body, I would.” Blondia Curry said.
Surrounded by household just days after losing her youngest child, Blondia Curry is speaking up on exactly what occurred.
“I went to work and I simply forgot to drop Dameer off. I forgot all about it. I was so overloaded.” Curry said.
Curry operates at Domino’s pizza in Emporia.
She states the lady who was suppose to view 6-month-old Dameer cancelled, and that shook off her regimen.
“I got to work at 4:02 p.m., and it never crossed my mind until I left,” Curry said. “I returned in the automobile and stated I have to go choice Dameer up first and I understood never ever dropped him off. I simply reached in the back and felt back there and he was back there in the seat. He was burning up.”
Police say the young boy invested 5 hours inside the hot car.
“He was asleep, so I didn’t hear him or anything. I just hope to God everything happened in his sleep,” Curry stated. “I hope he never woke up or anything. Everybody is asking why and passing judgement, but I know I enjoy all 4 of my children.”
Friday was likewise Curry’s very first day back to work for Curry, after her 10-year-old child was hospitalized and diagnosed with diabetes.
“We are going through, and we require individuals’s prayers and genuine love.” Curry’s mama stated.
Memories now flood the mind of the grieving mom.
“I simply consider just how much he smiles,” Curry stated. “He was the happiest baby. He constantly smiled.”
Curry states she already feels guilty and the hate from the internet is consistent.
The mom is not facing any charges at this time from police. She is now planning a funeral for her young kid.
The family is selling customized mugs to bear in mind Dameer and has actually begun a GoFundMe account to assist cover the expense of the funeral service.
“Everyone has a lot to state, but I need to deal with this for the rest of my life,” Curry stated. “Tomorrow, next week, everybody will forget about it, however I need to think of this every day. Every day.”
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