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4 year old dies at daycare

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Jul 17, 2006
Deputies Investigate Baby's Death At Home Day Care

:( SUPERIOR, Colo. Investigators in Boulder County were looking into the death of a 4-month-old baby at a home day care in Superior Friday afternoon.

The sheriff's department said there was nothing suspicious about the death, although deputies said more would be known after the autopsy.

Emergency workers were called to a daycare in Superior at about 3:12 p.m. Friday on the report of a baby who was not breathing.

The day care provider said they had picked up the baby to wake him from a nap and discovered he was not breathing.

Emergency workers performed CPR on the child who was taken to Avista Hospital where he died. :(


Mar 1, 2006
Westminster, Co
Infant Death

PRESS RELEASE August 11, 2006

TO: Boulder Media

FROM: Sergeant Tom McGrath

303-441-3612 or through dispatch at 303-441-4444

RE: Infant Death

Case # 06-4587

On August 11, 2006, at approximately 3:12 PM, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office, Rocky Mountain Fire Department, and Pridemark Paramedics responded to 934 Topaz Street in Superior to assist with a four month-old baby who was unresponsive and not breathing. The baby was being cared for at a home run day care at the time of the incident. The care provider picked the baby up to wake him from a nap and found he was not breathing and he was turning blue. CPR was performed on the baby and he was transported by ambulance to Avista Hospital. Emergency room personnel were unable to save the baby and he was pronounced dead at the hospital. The death is currently being investigated by the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office in conjunction with the Boulder County Coroner’s Office. At this point, there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the death, however more will be known following the post-mortem examination. The identity of the baby is being withheld at this time pending notification of his extended family. A copy of this press release can be found on the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office web site, http://www.bouldersheriff.org/
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