A couple who struggled with fertility issues and endured six miscarriages before having a child are mourning the hot car death of their "miracle baby".
Two-year-old Zariah Hasheme died after her babysitter, Tammie Brooks, forgot to drop her off at her nursery and went to work, New Mexico police say.
"I would not wish this pain and this hurt upon my worst enemy," Zariah's mother, Demi Petrowski, told KOB-TV.
Zariah was the 42nd US child to die of heat exhaustion in a hot car in 2019.
Ms Petrowski said the couple had given up on trying to conceive when they got the news she was pregnant.
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