5-year-old girl in China allegedly beaten, burnt by father and his girlfriend

Her injuries were so severe she narrowly avoided having both her legs amputated, doctors said.

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19/1/2022 9:18:00 AM

Her injuries were so severe she narrowly avoided having both her legs amputated, doctors said.

A 5-year-old girl in southwest China is in serious condition after she was beaten and attacked with hot liquid by her father and his girlfriend, Chinese media has reported. Read more at stomp.straitstimes.com

The New PaperJan 18, 2022A 5-year-old girl in southwest China is in serious condition after she was beaten and attacked with hot liquid by her father and his girlfriend, Chinese media has reported.The girl, nicknamed Yanyan, has been in hospital with a serious infection caused by scalds and multiple injuries to her body since earlier this month when her grandfather discovered she had been abused, Jimu News reported, according to the South China Morning Post.

Her injuries were so severe she narrowly avoided having both her legs amputated, doctors said.Yanyan is normally looked after by her grandfather in a village in Longli county in Guizhou province. The girl was staying with her father and his girlfriend when she was attacked, her uncle told the paper.

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