Motorcycle Accident, Death – It was reported on Tuesday by the Sarpy County Sheriff’s Office that an 18-month-old boy from La Vista, Nebraska passed away on Sunday from what appears to be an unintended case of hypoxia. The day before, the young youngster had gotten himself stuck between the mattress and the frame of the bed.
The sheriff’s deputies, together with the police from La Vista and the firefighters and rescue workers from Papillion, responded to a call at a residence in the vicinity of 99th and Harrison Streets at 4:08 on a Sunday afternoon. First responders discovered the youngster in critical condition after he had been pinned between an electric, automated mattress and the mattress frame, according to a press statement that was published by the Sheriff’s Office.
The boy’s condition was described as “life-threatening.” The medical condition of the infant was referred to as “life-threatening.” After emergency responders attempted to save the child’s life by using procedures such as cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), the child was transported to CHI Health Midlands Hospital for further treatment. According to the report, he was deemed to be deceased not long after the rescue personnel got at the scene.
The results of an autopsy, which were detailed in a press release, indicated that the newborn had died of suffocation, which was determined to be the underlying cause of death. What occurred has prompted the Sheriff’s Office to launch an investigation into the matter. The announcement states that preliminary investigations have led investigators to the conclusion that the passing of the newborn does not appear to have been either intentional or suspicious at this point in time. This is according to the findings of the inquiry, which have led to the conclusion.