Mother is furious after her daughter, 3, was allegedly ‘forgotten’ on a daycare bus for five hours before being found and rushed to hospital – as she reveals the girl’s harrowing reaction to her ordeal
- Skye Seadon outraged daughter left in daycare bus
- Alyza, 3, was picked up at 9.15am, found after 3pm
- She was rushed to Goulburn Valley Hospital
A mother is furious after her three-year-old daughter was allegedly ‘forgotten’ about and left buckled in her daycare centre bus seat for five hours.
Skye Seadon is now demanding answers about how the dangerous alleged blunder could have happened, with little Alyza needing to be rushed to hospital in Shepparton on Friday.
The toddler was put on the bus to Lulla’s Children and Family Centre at 9.15am as usual by her dad Braydon.
She was then driven to the centre, which is located only 3km from home.
But about 3.30pm Skye received a call to say that Alyza had been rushed to Goulburn Valley Hospital.
Victorian police are now investigation the incident.
Little Alyza (pictured) was put on the daycare bus to Lulla’s Children and Family Centre at 9.15am as usual by her dad Braydon, but found still in the bus five hours later
Skye Seadon (pictured) is now demanding answers about how the dangerous alleged blunder could have happened, with little Alyza needing to be rushed to hospital in Shepparton on Friday
When her mum arrived at the hospital, Alyza had a fever and her temperature was 38.4 – dangerously elevated above the normal level of 37C.
She was also suffering severe dehydration after daycare centre staff ‘discovered’ Alyza in the bus.
Ms Seadon, who has three children, exploded at the daycare centre in an emotional post while Alyza was still in hospital.
‘I promise you will see me first thing Monday morning!! You f***ing incapable c****s left my f***ing 3 year old daughter in the f***ing kindy bus all day from 9.15 til 3pm,’ she said.
‘She is in hospital and has to stay because she’s not in a great way!!
‘I’m so f***ing sad for my daughter. Imagine what she was feeling and screaming out for no one to come help her!! Feeling so f***ing helpless.’
Alyza was kept in hospital overnight and released on Saturday.
‘How can you leave a kid in a kindy bus, like how do you forget that?’ Ms Seadon told 9news.
While she has been contacted by the director of Lulla’s Children and Family Centre, she said she hasn’t received a full explanation about what happened.
Alyza was kept in with a high fever and suffering dehydration but released on Saturday
While Ms Seadon has been contacted by the director of Lulla’s Children and Family Centre (pictured), she said she hasn’t received a full explanation about what happened
Ms Seadon, who has three children, exploded at the daycare centre in an emotional post while Alyza was still in hospital
Ms Seadon said Alyza ‘clams up’ when talking about the experience and was having sleep disturbances since the incident.
The frightening mishap comes 10 months after another three year old was left on a bus several hours.
The little girl was found unresponsive in a minivan outside Le Smileys Early Learning Centre at Gracemere, near Rockhampton on May 9 last year.
She had been in the van for several hours while it was 29 degrees outside.
Maliq ‘Meeky’ Nicholas Floyd Namok-Malamoo, 3, died in similar circumstances in Cairns in February 2020.
Daily Mail Australia approached Lulla’s Children and Family Centre for comment.