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Infant Pronounced Dead After Being Found Unconscious at Queens Boulevard Days Inn: NYPD

Days Inn at 31-36 Queens Blvd. (Google Maps)

July 19, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

A newborn infant was pronounced dead yesterday after responders found the child unconscious in a small Long Island City hotel, according to police.

The baby girl was found lying unconscious and unresponsive by EMS inside a hotel room at Days Inn, located at 31-36 Queens Blvd., at around 7:40 p.m. on July 18, police say.

The responders took the infant and her 35-year-old mother, who was at the scene, to Elmhurst General Hospital, where the baby was pronounced dead on arrival just before 8:20 p.m., an NYPD spokesperson said.

No arrests have been made in the case, and the investigation is ongoing.

An NYPD spokesperson could not provide information on what could have lead to the child’s death, and said it is pending a report from the New York City Medical Examiner.

The 35-year-old mother had reportedly been living at the hotel since April, and the room she stayed in was found with “drug paraphernalia,” according to the New York Post.

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Tim

That poor child didn’t stand a chance with a junkie mother living in the shelter system.

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brooklynmc

So many fails here to list. Predictable and sad. For starters, these places should be called what they are. Shelters, not hotels.

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