Uncategorized Cause of infant death not yet determined

Cause of infant death not yet determined


LYNDON—At 12:08 p.m. Aug. 25, the Osage County Sheriff’s Office 911 Communication Center received a call of a child not breathing.

Osage County EMS, Fire District No. 5, Lyndon Police Department and the Osage County Sheriff’s Office responded to a daycare located at 1020 Monroe St., Lyndon.

The child, Brody Johnston, 4 months, Scranton, was transported by Osage EMS to a Topeka hospital. He died while en route to the hospital.

The family of Johnston reports his organs were donated and as a result two infants lives have been saved.

The cause of death has yet to be determined by the coroner’s office.

The daycare was closed at the request of the Osage County Health Department for two days while the Osage County Sheriff’s Office conducted the investigation.

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