Baby who police say was abused by father dies 3 days after injuries, coroner says
(Above video was published Monday.) A Simpsonville baby whose father was arrested for abusing the child has died, according to the Greenville County Coroner's Office. Sign up for our Newsletters Greenville County Coroner Parks Evans said 14-month-old Kingston Clark was at the family home on Plum Orchard Court with his father and a sibling on Saturday when he suffered a head injury. The baby was taken by ambulance to the trauma center at Prisma Health Greenville Memorial Hospital, where he was admitted to the pediatric intensive care unit, Evans said.The child was pronounced dead of blunt force trauma Tuesday morning just before 11 a.m., according to Evans.
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CBS 4 's Joan Murray reports on the tragic incident at a home in the 3600 block of NW 18th Terrace. UP NEXT. NOW PLAYING: Viral. NW Miami House Fire Leaves 3 Children Dead.
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – The fourth child from last week’s deadly house fire passed away on New Year’s Day.
The fire erupted in a home in the 3000 block of NW 18th Terrace on Monday, December 30th. Neighbors heard screams coming from the house and tried to free the trapped children without success.
When firefighters arrived, they pulled four children between the ages of one and twelve out of the home.
“The four were unresponsive,” said Miami Fire Captain Ignatius Carroll at the time.
All four were given CPR and taken to Ryder Trauma Center. Three of the children died that day.
Police have identified the children as one-year-old Naziyah Fernandez, six-year-old Nomad Lopez, eight-year-old Nainalee Lopez, and 11-year-old Heilyn Mejia.
Two women who were also at the home, identified by police as the children’s mother and grandmother, were also taken to the hospital for treatment. They continue to recover.
A firefighter was treated for smoke inhalation. The firefighter was released from the hospital Monday night.
Fire investigators say the heaviest smoke damage is in the rear of the home but it’s unclear how it started.
Man Killed In Burlington House Fire; Mother Rescued .
A man was killed in a house fire in Burlington. His mother was rescued by a neighbor and a delivery driver. All three were taken to the hospital for treatment.The Burlington Fire Chief believes the fire started in the man’s bedroom.© Provided by CBS BostonA Burlington house fire on Maryvale Ave. (WBZ-TV)No other information has been released.Firefighters quickly knocked down the bulk of the flames, but the house was heavily damaged by the fire.This is where the fire started.