Published: Mon, April 16, 2018
People | By Leon Thompson

OH teenager suffocates in van after twice calling 911

OH teenager suffocates in van after twice calling 911

The police review found that Magee erred by failing to tell officers that there was banging and screaming in the background of Plush's call - indicating that the situation was more urgent.

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As heard in the 911 audio, the teen's phone rang and rang, then the call went to his voice mail: "Hello, this is Kyle. That's all. Nothing will change", she wrote.

The 16-year-old sophomore did not tell the authorities what had happened to him when he apparently used an automated assistant on his smartphone to make the call Tuesday outside Seven Hills School in Cincinnati.

The teenager can be heard gasping for help and saying "tell my mom I love her".

"We are actively trying to identify experts to assist us in this investigation", Hamilton County, Ohio, Prosecutor Joseph Deters told reporters.

The operator who took the second 911 call is now on administrative leave pending the outcome of the investigation, Chief Isaac said.

"Help, help, help. I'm stuck in my van outside the Seven Hills parking lot".

Plush was a student at Seven Hills, spokeswoman Christine Hedges said Wednesday morning.

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After becoming pinned, Plush was able to call 911 twice using Siri on his phone, telling authorities that he was in "desperate need of help" at around 3:15 PM. They arrived a few minutes later but couldn't find the van.

She had been honored last year for helping a 9-year-old girl who was trapped in her parents' auto when they overdosed on heroin, reported NBC affiliate WLWT. Plush gave a description of his van and his location but a loud noise sounded during the call.

Plush was found shortly after 8 p.m.by his father - about five hours after he first called 911.

The crucial information Plush relayed to a dispatcher during his second 911 call, which included his car's exact model and color, was never relayed to the officers searching for the teen at Seven Hills School, Cincinnati Police Chief Eliot Isaac said during a press conference.

"He was stuck, looks like he was turned over in the seat, he's stuck there".

A family member reported him missing to the Hamilton County Sheriff's Department, Chief Isaac said.

Isaac said that he believes the error can be attributed to either faulty equipment or human error. His cause of death was asphyxia from his chest being compressed. "We share in their heartbreak around this", Isaac said.

Thus, Honda said, "it's premature to speculate on any potential actions". "Something went wrong here and we need to find out why we weren't able to provide that help that we hoped we could have". At approximaitely 9 PM, 911 dispatchers received a call that Plush had been found in the Honda Odyssey. "This young man was crying out for help". "We lovingly remember Kyle as creative, vibrant, and kind".

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