Vienna Rose Irwin Obituary, Death – A Canadian child, age 2, was discovered dead at the bottom of a well after she went missing from her daycare. According to the reports, the staff didn’t realize she was missing until the girl’s mother came to pick her up. According to the Toronto Sun, on Thursday afternoon when mom Claire Irwin arrived at Watch Me Grow Day Care in Cobourg, Ontario, staff members informed her that little Vienna Rose Irwin was nowhere to be seen.
According to Global News, a frenzied search was eventually conducted, and around one hour later, her body was discovered down an open well. She was described as the “most beautiful and sweetest little girl” in a fundraiser, and it said that she “gained her angel wings in a way that parents only think about in their worst nightmares.”
Neighbors recounted previously seeing staff members frantically searching for and pleading for assistance to locate the youngster as police also rushed to the site. Greg Gotthelf, who lives across the street from the daycare, which is located on a major two-lane highway, said, “We started looking immediately, checking our backyards, and everywhere.” As the neighbor recalled seeing Vienna’s mother during the hunt, he did his best to hold back his emotions.
The bereaved neighbor expressed her distress to the Toronto Sun, saying, “I know what it’s like to lose someone, and the pain on her face was incredible.” The only information that has been confirmed by the Ontario Provincial Police is that a youngster was reported missing “from an address in Hamilton Township” and “was subsequently located deceased at the address.”
Clay and Claire Irwin, the child’s parents, are “so very overwhelmed and stricken with grief that they may not be able to answer any” words of support, according to a statement made by an online fundraising for the family. By Tuesday afternoon, it had already raised the equivalent of around $90,000 in US dollars, thanks to the contributions of more than 1,300 people.