11 year old boy dies in blizzard, CO Poisoning

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11-year-old boy dies in blizzard

DORCHESTER (CBS) – An 11-year-old boy became the first casualty of the Blizzard of 2013 in Massachusetts Saturday afternoon. WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Doug Cope reports According to the Boston Fire Department, he was shoveling a sidewalk with his father outside an apartment building on Nazing Street in Dorchester when he became tired and cold and climbed into a running car to get warm.

 The back of the car was buried in a four-foot-high snowbank, which clogged the tailpipe and caused carbon monoxide to leak into the vehicle.

 The boy was overcome by the fumes and went into cardiac arrest. When EMTs arrived, two neighbors were performing CPR on him. He was rushed to the hospital, but they were unable to revive him. The boy’s father, realizing what happened, was overcome and went into respiratory arrest. He was also taken to a Boston hospital. The father’s condition has not been released, but he is expected to survive.

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43 Comment "11 year old boy dies in blizzard, CO Poisoning"

  1. Don't believe this fucking number 11 they post it in every goddamn yahoo article. THE NUMBER 11 IS OVER RATED STOP IT!

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  2. What kind of IDIOT are you. What has the boys age got to do with anything? Again, another uneducated, ticking time bomb that the feds should be investigating running loose.

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  3. God bless this family and the boy. This is so sad. I know it's hard for us to understand, but it was just his time.

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  4. you are the Idiot, it is not your time when you are only 11 years old

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  5. That's awful to hear! May he recover if any miracle occurs,and may blessings be placed upon him and his family, for its hard to lose someone. In which, I wish the best for them, and to live with life, love, and memories that he would have wanted them to move forward with.

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  6. Idiot Father why would u make an 11 year old go out in the freaking cold and shovel snow? That alone is child abuse if u ask me. He should feel guilty as hell

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    1. The kid probably wanted to go with his father to help. How is that child abuse? Guess you never had responsibilities. He was 11 not 5.

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  7. The Lord wanted him home in his Glory, even at 11 years old, its only SINNERS go to Hell!

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  8. it isn't child abuse for a kid to shovel snow...that kind of thinking is part of why kids grow up so wussified and sue everyone who hurt their feelings. very upsetting the child died, it was a tragic accident. i would've send the kid back into the apartment to get warm. but then again, if nobody was home and something happened, the father is to blame also. how could he send his boy alone to the apartment without supervision? screwed if you do and screwed if you don't. the father has to live with what happened for the rest of his life and i hope he gets some counseling/

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  9. This is very sad. An 11 year old shoveling snow is child abuse?? I bet he WANTED to go outside with his Dad. The Dad was not an idiot. I am not sure I would have ever thought of that. God Bless the Child and God Bless the Dad.

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  10. WoW ! This is sad. My prayers are out to the family and dad.

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  11. I think some of the comments posted on here are so shortsighted. A human life was lost and changed a father's life forever within minutes. What a sad reality for him until the day he himself dies. This kind of tragedy can happen to anybody at any time. My heart goes out to him and his family.

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  12. this is such a tragic story...i cant imagine being the father....and im sure the boy wanted to go with his dad...shoveling snow is not child abuse...i remember when i was eleven i loved to be in the snow...even if i was shoveling it...i pray god will be with his father and help him find peace in this horrific time....

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  13. Please let your children know that you love them today and everyday. This is not a political issue of right or wrong. This country needs to get back to grass roots of the bible, compation, and stop spareing the rod.. God bless the children..... Condemned those who are idiots. Why have we let this country get so far out of control.. WAKE UP people.... Become a member of your community and help one another love life. Help those in need stop those that are causing problems. The rich don't need you... Let them grow there own food. Stop breaking your backs for them... They can shovel there own snow.... Oh maybe your son will do it for them... Think about it... Don't forget to check on your neighbors

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  14. car manufacturers should start putting CO sensors in cabins of cars. if CO level gets too high & the car is running, the sensor should immediately force the windows open & turn off the car. maybe even make an after-market device too.

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  15. Keep the children in the house. And the adult did not realize the situation? He didn't check the exhaust pipe? Thank God for my mother, who always made certain she issued common warnings such as this one.

    My heart goes out to this child. Needless and senseless death.

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  16. If you can't shovel your own snow, don't buy a car. Take a public bus.

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  17. Yes this is a tragedy, but leave God out of it. If the family are not fundies (like some of you are) saying it's part of some plan is just an evil thought to place on the family.

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  18. This is very sad. Our prayers go out to the family. I hope that now everyone knows to shovel out the back of your cars or trucks where the exhaust pipe(s) are before starting it.

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  19. I agree that this tragedy will be used in God's master plan as many of you do. This child was amazing and there are children in need of organs to survive. Through his amazing life, he can now live through many others. A death occurred in our town and his body went to 13 people waiting. It is tragic, but God can make a master plan from a tragedy. We all will see God someday and this is a very sad situation.

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  20. What about BENGAHZI???

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  21. Saying shoveling snow is child abuse is ridiculous. Either you've been a baby with a silver spoon in their mouth and never heard of work, or you've never seen a little boy run outside excited to play in the snow and help his dad shovel. This dad didn't expect his son to die that day. It's an unfortunate accident and I'm sure the dad has enough internal guilt of "why did it happen to MY son?" he doesn't need the ignorance of certain people adding to his heartbreak. I hope the dad fully recovers, and that they can find peace somehow in this tragedy.

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  22. Im so sorry to hear of such a tragedy. God bless the dad and his family. God keep this family as they go through such a hard time

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  23. Unfortunately, ignorance can be deadly. Based upon some of the comments here, it is amazing the authors are still alive.

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  24. When I read how he died my first thought was the back of the car wasn't cleared from snow.

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  25. whoever thinks that having an 11 year old shovel snow is child abuse needs a real beating so they know what abuse is. This has nothing to do with abuse the kid should have gone into the house, but unless he was sleeping in the car the kid would have known something was wrong when the headaches and light headed feeling came over him. CO2 dont enter you a little and boom your dead.

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  26. To the idiots who think shoveling snow is child abuse. It is not! Growing up in RI, whenever their was a snow storm, my brothers & I went out to shovel the snow. Heck we even got paid by neighbors to shovel their walk way, driveway & stairs. We were never wussified!!

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  27. It scares me that there are grown adults out there this stupid!

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  28. Wow some of the comments are really sick how can you blame the dad and show no compassion for lost of an 11yr olds life wow again!

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  29. May God give you the strength to forgive yourself as this was not your fault.. I pray for you and your family at this time.

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  30. Very sad and avoidable death. Praying for the family.

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  31. I heard on the radio, that people were warned not to leave their homes during this storm because of the impact it would make on the east coast. That said, the father should not have allowed his son to be shoveling snow. If the car was snowed in does that mean they lived in the apartment building? If so, why was the child not told to go into their apt. to get warm. I see this as total negligence on the part of the father and his suffering is the case of his own lack of being aware of his surroundings and that of his child, I heard the warnings on the news, here in CA. I don't know how this father did not hear them. It has nothing to do with making your child weak. It has everything to do with keeping your child safe. Please, protect your children, so you don't live in pain the rest of your lives.

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  32. Prayers for that father and family. more kids need to get out and help w/ chores.Kids are babied waaaaaay to much now days and are waaaay to lazy and disrespectful.

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  33. Carbon monoxide poisoning is a silent killer. The child probably would have not noticed the lightheadedness and/or headaches. Most adults won't either. That is why people have detectors in their homes. Having them built into the cars is a great idea.

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  34. Growing up in snow country it is not uncommon for a child of 11 yrs old to be shoveling snow! I speak from experience! We used to go out and shovel ice rinks on the lake! I am certain it is just one of those tragic accidents that happen in a blink of an eye! Hopefully, this article will alert people of the dangers that can happen! What a great idea for alarms to be built into a car for carbon monoxide! RIP little one! May God be with his family and friends during this difficult time!

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  35. I don't consider shoveling snow to be child abuse unless the child is made to work too long before resting. Whose car was it that the child got into? Was it the dad's car? If the dad saw his son climb into the idling car, I'm sure he didn't realize carbon monoxide was entering it. It's easy for someone to say he should have known, but hind sight is always 20/20. It's a tragedy the dad will never fully recover from.

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  36. My thoughts and prayers are with this child's father and mother. How awful - how awful is this? I am so sorry for the dad.

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