Japan mother arrested after deaths of young daughters left in car during bar-hop

Takamatsu, Kagawa Pref. – A 26-year-old mother in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture, was captured Friday for supposedly leaving her two youthful little girls in a left vehicle around evening time while she went having a good time, prompting their demises, police said.

The two kindergarteners, the young ladies — Mayuri, 6, and Yurie, 3 — were discovered inert Thursday evening and announced dead at an emergency clinic. The suspect, Maria Takeuchi, was drinking until sunrise, as indicated by the police.

The young ladies are suspected to have endured heatstroke, they said. The temperature rose to as high as 37.6 degrees Thursday in Takamatsu, a record for September.

Takeuchi purportedly left them in a vehicle at a parking area in Takamatsu from around 9 p.m. Wednesday, bringing about their demises, the police stated, including she is staying quiet with respect to the claims.

Subsequent to drinking until first light Thursday, she moved the vehicle and found the young ladies limp on the back seat. As she didn’t require an emergency vehicle until the evening, the police are examining what she did during the mediating time.

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