3-year-old girl drowns in grease trap at Auburn ice cream parlor

3-year-old girl drowns in grease trap at Auburn ice cream parlor


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3-year-old girl drowns in grease trap at Auburn ice cream parlor
http://www.al.com/ ^ | October 14, 2017 | Paul Gattis

Posted on 10/15/2017 5:37:19 PM PDT by BBell

A 3-year-old girl died Saturday afternoon when she fell into a grease trap and drowned at an ice cream parlor in Auburn, police said.

The incident occurred at Bruster’s Real Ice Cream on East University Drive, police said.

According to police, video evidence from the scene showed the girl was playing with two of her siblings when she apparently fell through a lid covering one of the grease pits on the property.

(Excerpt) Read more at al.com


TOPICS: Society; Weird Stuff
KEYWORDS: 3yearoldgirl; auburn; drowns; greasetrap


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I know from working in restaurants in the past that the grease trap lids are pretty heavy duty. This is a strange story.

1 posted on 10/15/2017 5:37:20 PM PDT by BBell

Heart breaker

Sadie Grace Andrews died in an accident outside an Auburn ice cream parlor on Saturday, Oct. 14, 2017. The 3-year-old had an amazing love for God and others, her mother said. Sadie loved to say ‘Roll Tide’ and occasionally would let out a ‘War Eagle’ for her grandmother who is an Auburn fan, according to family members. (Family photo)

2 posted on 10/15/2017 5:38:55 PM PDT by BBell (calm down and eat your sandwiches)

To: BBell

OMG, what horror for the family. So terrible.


To: BBell

4 posted on 10/15/2017 5:38:56 PM PDT by Crucial

To: BBell

If the lid was off, why?

5 posted on 10/15/2017 5:40:24 PM PDT by SkyDancer ( ~ Just Consider Me A Random Fact Generator ~)

6 posted on 10/15/2017 5:42:29 PM PDT by BBell (calm down and eat your sandwiches)

To: BBell

So very sad.

7 posted on 10/15/2017 5:43:53 PM PDT by umgud

To: SkyDancer

From another article:

The grease trap is a six-foot deep, in-ground container. Sadie was playing in the area, which has picnic tables and a grassy area where children play, an official said. It wasn’t the first time the Andrews family had visited the ice cream shop for the children to play and have treats. Lee County Coroner Bill Harris said Sadie stepped onto the lid of the grease trap, which apparently wasn’t locked or secured, and fell in when the door opened. The door closed on top of her, he said. Police said officers had already been dispatched to the scene because the girl was missing. When officers arrived, CPR was being was being performed. She was taken to East Alabama Medical Center, where efforts to revive her were unsuccessful, police said.

8 posted on 10/15/2017 5:44:28 PM PDT by BBell (calm down and eat your sandwiches)

To: SkyDancer

“fell through a lid covering one of the grease pits “

It doesn’t say the lid was off.

9 posted on 10/15/2017 5:45:48 PM PDT by CodeToad (CWII is coming. Arm Up! They Are!)

To: BBell

Prayers up for the family of this precious little girl. How sad.

10 posted on 10/15/2017 5:46:16 PM PDT by House Atreides (BOYCOTT the NFL, its products and players 100% – PERMANENTLY.)

To: BBell

It must have been another type of eatery before it was a Brusters or it would not have a grease pit that large. So much had to go wrong. 1. The lid was not properly secured. 2. The adults were looking away at the moment it happened. 3. The siblings, who witnessed it (if they did) were too young to quickly realize the danger and communicate an alarm to the adults.

Just a crushing and heartbreaking news story.

11 posted on 10/15/2017 5:52:23 PM PDT by Monterrosa-24 (…even more American than a Russian AK-47 and a French bikini.)

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