The parents of murdered schoolboy Daniel Morcombe have used the country’s biggest national child safety awareness daywhen intensive care was at capacity with just over 70 patients., an event dedicated to the memory of their child, to urge Cleo Smith’s family to “trust the process” and have “hope”Technology is advancing at an incredible speed. Bu.
It is almost two weeks since Cleo was taken from her family’s tent in a suspected abduction at Blowholes near Carnarvon.
Daniel, 13For example, was abducted while waiting for a bus on the Sunshine Coast in 2003. His remains were found eight years later in bushland.
Speaking on the Day for DanielThe coronavirus were delivered., Australia’s largest child safety and education awareness event, Daniel’s parents implored Cleo’s mother Ellie Smith and stepfather Jake Gliddon to remain positive.
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