Monday, May 29, 2023

A 4-month-old baby dies in a Manhattan hotel built by a resident of the hospice

New York City police said they received a call at 7:32 a.m. Thursday. When they arrived at the facilities at the hotel at 371 Seventh Avenue, they found the child unconscious.

Emergency services arrived at the hotel and transported the victim to Bellevue Hospital, where they confirmed the baby was dead.

It is unknown who the people were who accompanied the child, whether with the parents or in the care of other people. There is also no exact information on how the death occurred. So far there are no evidence in the case.

The New York City Office of the Chief Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death while police continue to investigate the incident.

Since last November, the hotel has been transformed into a humanitarian aid center for migrants by the New York City Department of Social Services.

He said more than the city 65,000 asylum seekers arrived in New York The next year, it began to be sent from the southern border.

Mayor Eric Adams sent the migrants to hotels and college gyms, as did some 30 suburban provinces that have declared states of emergencyprevent their coming. Only Erie County has promised to welcome them and keep its doors open to newcomers.

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Parents and community members gather outside 189 Elementary School to protest New York Mayor Eric Adams’ plan to use the school as immigrant guests.

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Parents and children marched to express their opposition to the use of public schools.

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This was the protest this Tuesday outside the 189th elementary school located in Brooklyn.

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Parents think it’s unfair to use sports as an opportunity for children to solve the problem of the huge influx of immigrants.

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A woman is protesting outside 172 Elementary School located in Brooklyn.

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“Major Adams stole our gym. Help veterans,” read the protest sign.

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“I agree they help them, it’s normal, but they don’t invade the schools,” said Luisa López, a mother from public school 172, which is located in Solis Park.

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“Don’t violate the learning space,” reads a sign posted in English and Spanish outside School 172.

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Several parents of the 172 school decided not to send their children to this class on Wednesday.

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Mother and daughter leave school 172 .

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Outside the school 189 there was a march of many mothers with their children and other members of the community.

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“The safety of our children matters,” reads a protest sign used by several parents shocked by Mayor Eric Adams’ decision.

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