A child, age 11, lost her life after being struck by a football goal while playing with her friends.
Anna Winiarska, the distraught mother of Liliana Skrezyna, expressed her “hope for a miracle” as she sat by her daughter’s bedside in the hospital.
Liliana and her friends decided to climb the goal after playing football at their neighborhood field in Zalasowa, Poland.
The goal, however, crumbled and landed on Liliana’s head as she fell to the ground after slipping.
Her friends hurried to locate an adult group that had phoned the emergency services.
According to paramedics, they found the child “unconscious without vital signs” when they arrived.
After being taken to a hospital in Krakow, doctors allegedly battled to preserve Liliana’s life.
But regrettably, she passed just a few days after being given the all-clear for brain death.
Her grieving mum Anna told local media: “I went to Krakow with my family. The doctor asked me if I knew what happened.
“She said Liliana’s brain is already dead.
“I went to the bathroom, felt sick and fainted. I was waiting all the time for her to wake up. She looked as if she was sleeping.
“I was hoping for a miracle. I hugged her again and kissed her.”
According to Mieczyslaw Sienicki of the Tarnow district prosecutor’s office, an inquiry is being conducted into the event on April 24.
According to Sienicki, the Ryglice town government oversees the playground in the neighboring town, according to the Gazeta Krakowska newspaper.
Prosecutors may had considered filing involuntary manslaughter charges.
On May 10, family, friends, coworkers, and classmates gathered for Liliana’s burial.