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A 20-year-old girl would have killed her two children and tried to commit suicide themselves – Tucumán Noticias – Agencia de Noticias – Diario de Tucumán



Tucumán – Policiales

The children were three years old and seven months old. It happened in the city of San José, in La Cocha. Examine justice.





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02/05/2018 00:00

A young 20-year-old woman would have murdered her two children three years and seven months, then attempted suicide in a city of Tucumán province, but was rescued by police and firefighters who arrived at the scene, Jewish spokesmen reported tonight.

The event occurred Tuesday in a humble home in San José, in La Cocha, a city about 120 kilometers south of Tucuman's capital.

Although investigators try to determine how the children died, Nicole (three years) and Maximiliano (seven months) indicate that his own mother was the one who took their lives by stifling them with their own hands, the legal spokesmen revealed Télam.

After the children's death, the woman climbed on the roof of her house and threw himself into the void, but the battle was attenuated by police officers and volunteers from La Cocha who had come to the scene minutes before warned about what happened.

The alleged murderer was taken to the hospital in the area, where she was found to have suffered a hip and leg fracture, but was ruled out, even though she was placed in police custody as prison.

If your health condition allows, on Wednesday you will witness the authorities of the Concepción Legal Center.

Close friends told us that the children were of different parents and that the girl was present in a relationship with a third man.

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