Three people have died and a boy  missing after their vehicle broke down in outback Australia.

The bodies of two adults, both 19, and their three-year-old son were found near a remote road about 1,000 kilometre south of Darwin.

According to an Australia police authority, Supt Nobbs, the deaths are not being treated as suspicious, as they are investigating whether heat may have contributed to the tragedy adding that he could not give additional details, or confirm whether the missing boy was related to the family.

According to reports, the tragedy follows the suspected heat-related deaths of two people in separate incidents in Northern Australia within the last two weeks.

 

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