3 Year Old Found In This Conditions After Parents Passed Out In Accident

A three-year-old was found shivering in deplorable conditions after his parents died on their own front porch. Thankfully, his life was spared when a family member recognized that there was a problem before it was too late. Now, his story is serving as a warning.

35-year-old Amber Berry and her boyfriend, 55-year-old Eddie Parer, were found dead on their porch outside their home in Mecca Township, Ohio, on a Tuesday afternoon after a family member couldn’t ignore their sneaking suspicion that something wasn’t right and decided to look into it.

The woman, who identified herself as Amber Barry’s sister, quickly called the police after checking on her family. According to Barry’s sister, she hadn’t heard from the family, so she decided to perform a welfare check. That’s when she discovered her sister and her boyfriend both dead on their porch and called the police.

“I just did a welfare check on my sister because nobody’s been able to get a hold of them, and they’re both slumped over on the porch unresponsive,” the woman said on the emergency call to authorities, in the recording obtained by WKBN. The dispatcher says, “Okay, what,” to which Barry’s sister replies, “I’m sure they’re dead.” Sadly, she was right.

The pair’s lifeless bodies were slumped over on the porch after an apparent overdose. Autopsies for the two deceased were ordered to confirm authorities’ suspicions. “Evidence from the residents at this point is leading us to believe that this is a possible overdose,” Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office Major Tony Villanueva said.

Thankfully, however, the family member had acted in time to save Amber Berry’s three-year-old son, who was found shivering and abandoned in deplorable conditions inside the home, The Blaze reported. According to Barry’s sister, she entered the home through a window and found the three-year-old boy inside alone, wearing only a diaper, with no heat inside the home.

The toddler was shivering. Deputies with the Trumbull County Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene at about 2:30 p.m. and transported the child to a local hospital, where he was evaluated before being safely placed with family members.

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