Miami, Florida (PRWEB) August 14, 2013
As reported by Yahoo! News (7/31), in an article titled, Woman sets herself, two kids ablaze, an Indian woman who was married to an alcoholic husband who frequently beat her, set herself and her two young children on fire. The woman, Gudiya, and her 8-month-old and two-year-old daughters, who lived in India's Deoria district of Uttar Pradesh, all died.
This story is a tragedy that didn't need to happen. Had Gudiya's husband received the assistance from a medically supervised detox center, that he so desperately needed for his alcohol dependency, the lives of three young people would have been spared.
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According to the news story, Woman sets herself, two kids ablaze, Gudiya, 28, had been enduring the arguing and beatings from her husband for many years, her father-in-law said.
After her husband left for his job as a laborer, Gudiya doused herself and her two children, eight-month-old Ranjana and two-year-old Sanjana with kerosene and set everyone on fire. While both the children died quickly at the home, the woman died from her injuries on the way to a medical facility.
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