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Hi, I'm user darcey777
I'd like to seek a bit of guidance and other people's thoughts about a matter involving my 1 year old child been hit by a vehicle on a public footpath which sadly ended her life and nobody from the police or social have treated me fairly and I don't know what to do the accident happened while I was at work and my child was in the care of her mother and aunty and she some how ended up in a situation where she was able to get out of the front door down a 25ft out of a open gate and under a van driven by my deceased child aunties boyfriend so her uncle basically was the one driving the van it's ruined my life as so many things are not right about what was said at the inquest I'm seperated from my new born and pregnant girl friend because of the way I think social and the seriousness of this matter by authority and social nobody has ever sat down and told me wot happened even the people who was ment to be looking after my child that couldn't walk and talk its crazy to think it's ok for babys to be put on the floor and then crawl out side out the garden and killed on a public path that cars shouldn't be driving on anyway
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