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Carly holding baby Zara just after she was born Image: Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A heartbroken mother discovered her eight-week-old baby had died in her sleep after she says she suffocated on a cot liner. Carly Wowk, 21, was downstairs with her younger brother when her partner Kiowa Wood screamed for help.
After bolting into baby Zara's room, she discovered her daughter was limp and blue laying face down in her padded 'snuggle bed'. Carly and Kiowa, also 21, made the agonising decision for doctors to stop CPR after discovering their daughter had been left severely brain damaged when she suffocated.
They were then able to spend seven precious hours cuddling her after she died. The young couple, from Canberra, Australia, are now speaking out to raise awareness since Zara's death in November in a bid to ban cot liners - which they believe are the reason Zara suffocated. Receptionist and mum-of-two Carly said: Baby Charlotte, Zara's older sister Image: Caters News Agency Read More Charlie Gard's parents will find out tomorrow if they can take him home to die on Monday "I went to the living room and watched a movie with my brother but I fell asleep.
I thought he had chopped his thumb off cooking or something.
Both were in a cot covered with a blanket and sheet near where the sunshine was shining in. Caters News Agency "I just accepted it at that moment, I knew she wasn't coming back, I held her little hands as she died.
He had gone to check on Zara and realised the tot was blue and limp and had rolled over, moved to the top of her snuggle bed and was face down. But despite the best efforts of the couple and paramedics, who also performed CPR, Zara was left severely brain damaged.
Carly is now campaigning in a desperate bid to ban cot liners Image: Caters News Agency Read More Twin newborn baby girls found abandoned by group of friends who thought they were PUPPIES Doctors warned the couple that Zara's brain had been deprived of oxygen for more than two hours and if she survived she would be severely disabled.
Once Zara was taken to hospital, the extent of her injuries quickly became clear and Carly and Kiowa made the heart-breaking decision for medics to stop CPR to end any further suffering.
Daughter Aaliyah and mum Carly holding baby Zara Image: Caters News Agency "I just accepted it at that moment, I knew she wasn't coming back, I held her little hands as she died. Caters News Agency Read More Thug who brutally battered stepson, 5, to death for losing shoe as he begged "I'm sorry" jailed for life Carly underwent mandatory questioning from police officers at the hospital before being allowed to return home.
Zara was laid to rest ten days after her death with a funeral, where Carly spoke about her cheeky daughter who 'was always smiling'. Mum-of-two Carly now wants the portable beds and cot inserts to come with a warning to parents about possible suffocation and for parents not to leave their child unattended.
I just couldn't believe it, he wanted me to zip it up with her body in it but I couldn't.
She passed in her sleep and if you ask me, it's the best way to go. Kiowa and daughter Aaliyah at Zara's grave Image: Caters News Agency Read More Eight-year-old girl whose 'smile would light up a room' dies after getting trapped under falling logs "It was such a beautiful send off for her, at the end of the day I'm very proud of Zara.
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