In the desert in the north of Australia are the bodies found of two young parents and their three-year-old son, a few miles from their car which breakdown was. The police is still looking for a 12-year-old boy, of whom it is suspected that he was also in the car.
The bodies of the 19-year-old father and mother were found on a remote road, about 1,000 kilometres south of Darwin, in the far north of Australia. The authorities have launched an investigation into the exact circumstances of their death, especially if there was overheating. Their vehicle was faulty, there were still remnants of food and drinking water is provided. Also search for a missing 12-year-old boy.
The four were last Friday seen as they left from the town of Willowra. “One of the means that we investigate is that by the severe weather, their vehicle have left,” says police officer Shaun Gill to the Australian channel ABC. “At first it was thought to be a car accident, but this is now excluded.’
In the region was the the youngest days, more than forty degrees Celsius. Over the past weeks there were in the north of Australia even though two people died, probably as a result of the heat.