WETT – AUSTIN (AP) — The Latest on a child who died in a Cleveland hospital (all times local):6:45 p.m.
— An autopsy says the toddler died of blunt force trauma to the head.
His parents say the child was in the crib when the child died.
The child’s family says they believe the child had a history of seizures and brain trauma.
The coroner’s office says it will take at least six weeks for toxicology tests to be completed.5:45 a.m.: A hospital worker says he saw the child with a head injury.
The man says the child and his mother had a seizure and that the child wasn’t breathing.
He says he was able to get a better look at the child’s head and his mouth.
The coroner’s report says the boy’s parents have not yet been interviewed by investigators.3:30 a.k.: The Ohio Department of Health says it’s investigating after an infant was found dead at an Ohio hospital, and the baby was found to have multiple injuries.
The baby’s mother says she believes the baby died after being thrown in a metal cage and then thrown out of the cage.
The infant died Saturday.4:40 a.l.: The state’s chief medical examiner says the baby’s parents told investigators the child suffered a seizure.
The report says there was no seizure.
The report says it could not say if the child survived.
The agency has not released the name of the baby.3 a.p.: The infant’s parents say he was in a locked, metal cage that was put into a large metal box.
The box was removed, and there were metal bars to the cage that were placed in the hole where the baby lived.4 a.t.: The baby died at a Cleveland, Ohio, hospital.
The boy’s family say he suffered a head trauma.
His father says the infant was in his crib when he died.
His mother says the father did not want his name released.
The agency has identified the baby as a 3-month-old.