Unfortunately, at the scene of a car accident in Australia where both parents died, the story of the eldest 5-year-old protecting his two younger siblings, 2 and 1, was known for 55 hours.

On the 28th local time, foreign media such as Australia Nine News and ABC News reported that a 5-year-old girl in a suburb of Western Australia, Australia, survived the loss of her parents in a car accident, but her two younger siblings were rescued in 55 hours. reported that it was

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According to local reports, Jake Day, 28, and Cindy Braddock, 25, left their home with their three young children around 1:00 a.m. on Christmas Day to their destination, but a tragic accident was inevitable.

The Jakes, who were planning to spend Christmas with their relatives, were involved in a car accident just 10 kilometers from their home, killing both Cindy and Jake, the parents of their three children.

Relatives who were waiting for them started a search when Jake's family didn't arrive, and witnessed a shocking scene on the 27th.

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Relatives told local media: "The eldest, five-year-old, rescued the youngest from the car seat. If the older had not unfastened the seat belt, the youngest would not have been with us today."

"The children were locked in the car for 55 hours in the 30-degree steaming heat," she added. "All rescued children are doing well. They will be released in a few days."

Police authorities said, "At the time, the children showed signs of severe dehydration and were immediately taken to the hospital."

Meanwhile, a gas station attendant who witnessed Jake's family stopping at a gas station after leaving home on the day of the accident said, "The family looked very tired. They said they were going to a destination that was two hours away." "He mourned.

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