Evansville Police Investigating Toddlers Death After Being Found Unresponsive

Evansville Police Investigating Toddlers Death After Being Found Unresponsive

Posted: Dec 17, 2020 2:46 PM
Updated: Dec 17, 2020 3:38 PM

Evansville Police Department was dispatched this morning to the 400 block of East Buena Vista regarding a two year old not breathing. When the first officer arrived to the scene they found the child unresponsive and started CPR on the child, before the Evansville Fire Department arrived to the scene.

After several live-saving attempts were not successful, the child was confirmed dead at the scene.

The child's father who was at the scene, told police that he put his daughter to bed around 9:30 p.m the night before, and when he went to check on her in the morning, he found her unresponsive.

The investigation is currently ongoing.

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