Baby rushes to mom with bloody wounds after cutting her leg on glass ‘deliberately’ left on play park slide

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They majority of children love playgrounds because they get to run around in the open air, play with friends and learn new skills. Parents can supervise their children from the bench knowing that nothing serious should ever happen as their children.

Unfortunately, these rare instances can turn into a horrifying experience. Amy Smith and her 2-year-old daughter Demi-Mai had set out to have a nice day full of fun and laughter at British Kitson Park, Torquay, England.

However it wasn’t long before their fun turned into a real nightmare.

Recently, Demi-Mai had recently learned to climb the rope that led to the park’s slide on her own. Her mother looked on from the distance, Demi-Mai went down the slide.

But mom soon noticed that rather than cheering gleefully as she came down the slide, Demi-Mai seemed distraught. She then came running towards mom in panic.

All of a sudden her mother witnessed her little girl’s legs had been cut as blood was gushing from her thighs.

Amy soon understood the terrible culprit. At the bottom of the slide lay broken glass – which seemed to have been put there on purpose.

I’m really angry that someone would do that in a children’s play park,” Amy explained.

Amy rushed her daughter to the hospital, as she required medical attention but thankfully didn’t require stitches. She contacted the park’s authorities to notify them of the incident requesting they clean up the glass before anyone else got hurt.

Amy suspects that someone smashed a bottle and placed the glass on the slide on purpose. Amy wants to warn other parents to be vigilant in public playgrounds.

I hope by bring what happened to people’s attention then it might help other parents avoid their children getting hurt,” Amy explained.

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