Police want to find the man seen in this CCTV image.
An officer from Surrey's road unit battled to save the girl until paramedics arrived.
The trucker was caught out while driving along the motorway in Surrey.
– Surrey Police
Further tests have now been completed by the pathologist who has given a result of carbon monoxide intoxication.
A petrol-driven pump was seized from inside the home address at the time of Zane's death and Surrey Police is conducting further inquiries to establish whether there is any liability or criminal offences in respect of the hire company who provided this equipment.
A seven-year-old boy who died after falling ill during the floods in February suffered carbon monoxide poisoning. Zane Gbangbola and his parents became ill at the family home in Chertsey in Surrey and were taken to hospital, where he later died.
– Detective Chief Inspector Mark Preston, Surrey and Sussex Major Crime Team
The death of such a young child is extremely tragic and officers are currently carrying out a full and thorough investigation into the circumstances surrounding the injuries she sustained.
Two people are currently in custody and inquiries are ongoing at this time.
- Surrey Police said the girl - who was approaching her second birthday - was later transferred to St George's Hospital in Tooting, south London, but died yesterday afternoon
- A post-mortem examination will take place to determine the cause of the death of the child, who has not been formally identified
- Detectives have arrested a 35-year-old man and a 24-year-old woman on suspicion of murder
Two people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a one-year-old girl.
Police were alerted by staff at St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey after the toddler was taken in with serious injuries on Wednesday.
– Judge Glen Brasse, Croydon Crown Court
It is stating the obvious that your behaviour was every parent's nightmare - that nightmare is that their child goes out in a public place and he or she is assaulted.
This kind of offence naturally arouses feelings of anger in the public.
- Paul Cannon targeted both boys and girls, the youngest of whom was six years old - most of his victims were aged between eight to 11 years old
- He targeted his young victims during the daytime in parks and open spaces in the Sutton, Carshalton and Merton areas of south London
- He picked weekends and holidays when children were away from their homes and watchful adults