Mystery as unidentified toddler, 2, is left alone to die in parked car at truck stop

AN unidentified toddler was mysteriously left alone to die in a parked car on Monday morning.

The two-year-old girl was quickly transported to a hospital after she was discovered unconscious in a truck stop in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Londonderry police revealed on Tuesday that the young girl's death is being investigated as her death has been deemed suspicious, according to the New Hampshire Union Leader

Despite first responders arriving at the scene the child was unable to be saved.

Londonderry police Capt. Patrick Cheetham told the news outlet that the toddler was found unresponsive in a car in the RMZ Truck Stop at 137 Rockingham Road, off of Interstate 93.

Officers were called to the truck stop at approximately 9.42am for reports of an unconscious child.

According to police, CPR was done on the girl before pandemics arrived and rushed her to the hospital.

The New Hampshire Medical Examiner’s Office performed an autopsy on the girl's body on Tuesday.

Autopsy results remain pending as no further details about the girl's death have been revealed.

According to Boston 25 News, a worker at the gas station at the truck stop recounted police officers coming inside to watch surveillance footage.

Bob Patel said: “They only watched the cameras, they didn’t ask any questions, watched the cameras and left."

Anyone able to contribute information relating to this investigation is urged to call Detective Sgt. Daniel Hurley at 603-425-5922.

People can also reach out to the Londonderry Police Department website or call dispatch at 603-432-1118.

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