2 babies found in bathroom at daycare facility
In a shocking incident that has left the city of Chicago reeling, two newborn babies were found lifeless in a daycare center's bathroom.
On an otherwise ordinary Thursday evening, a cleaning crew at a daycare center in Chicago stumbled upon a horrifying scene that would forever be etched in their memories. They discovered two newborn babies, lifeless, in a bathroom at the facility. The crew, shocked and horrified, immediately alerted the police, who arrived at the scene at approximately 6:59 p.m.
The daycare center, located on the 400 block of East Ontario in the Streeterville neighborhood, turned into a crime scene.
Fox32 reported that the newborns were found unresponsive, inside a trash bag, a sight that sent chills down the spine of every officer present. The gruesome discovery marked the beginning of a complex investigation that would shake the community to its core.
Police Statement and Immediate Response
The Chicago Police Department released a statement on the same evening. "Chicago police are conducting death investigations after two newborn girls were found dead inside a childcare center bathroom in Streeterville."
The babies were immediately transported to Lurie Children's Hospital, but unfortunately, they were pronounced deceased upon arrival. The news of their death added a somber tone to an already tragic situation.
Alongside the babies, a woman was also found inside the facility. She was rushed to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where she received treatment for unspecified injuries. The connection between this woman and the deceased newborns is yet to be determined.
Northwestern Medicine, which operates the daycare facility on the Northwestern Memorial Hospital campus, confirmed the incident. A spokesperson told Fox News, "An emergency medical situation involving a daycare employee occurred this evening at the daycare facility on the Northwestern Memorial Hospital campus."
"We are working with CPD regarding this incident and unable to comment further at this time."
The hospital is fully cooperating with the ongoing police investigation into the deaths. As of now, the investigation remains ongoing, and no suspects are in custody. The police are working tirelessly to piece together the events leading up to the tragic discovery.
Unanswered Questions and Public Reaction
The police initially classified the case as endangering the life or health of children. However, many questions remain unanswered, including the identity of the woman found at the scene, the circumstances leading to the babies' death, and whether any daycare employees were involved.
The incident has sent shockwaves through the community, with many demanding swift justice and a thorough investigation. The public outcry for answers has been loud and clear, with many expressing their grief and outrage on social media platforms. Fox News Digital reached out to the Chicago Police Department for additional information, but a response was not received.
The tragic incident serves as a grim reminder of the vulnerability of children in daycare facilities and the urgent need for stringent safety measures.
- Two newborn babies dead in a bathroom at a daycare center in Chicago, marking a tragic day for the city.
- The babies were discovered by a cleaning crew and were found unresponsive inside a trash bag, a sight that has left the community in shock.
- A woman was also found at the scene and was rushed to the hospital for treatment. Her connection to the incident is still under investigation.
- The daycare center is located on the Northwestern Memorial Hospital campus, and the hospital is fully cooperating with the police investigation.
- No suspects are currently in custody, and the investigation is ongoing. The police are working tirelessly to uncover the truth behind this tragic incident.