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Posted September 09, 2018 09:08:00A mother and her husband spent the night in a hospital after they accidentally buried their two-year-old son in a forest while they were working.
The couple, who are from the state of Queensland, had a baby boy on Monday and buried him in a nearby field when they had an accident.
Their son, who has autism spectrum disorder, had no idea the boy had died and was upset, the couple told the ABC.
“We don’t want people to have to bury their son,” their son’s father, Kevin Smith, said.
It’s not a big deal.
I’m not proud of it.”
Mr Smith said he and his wife were shocked to find the child’s body on the ground.
“It’s not just the baby,” he said.
The father said his son’s body was still warm, but it took time for the warm, dry air to warm up.
“He was asleep, he was warm,” he told the television station.
“The whole family is going through it and the family is grieving it.”
So it’s a very difficult time.
“Mr and Mrs Smith said they were both very thankful the child was OK.”
When we found out that he was in a place that we hadn’t looked for him, we just wanted to get him home,” he explained.”
And then the next thing we know we’re on the phone to the [Royal Australian Fire and Rescue Service] and the fire service is on our line.
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