EVANSVILLE, Ind. — On Tuesday, at 1:46 pm Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the University of Southern Indiana for a medical emergency involving a toddler.
Deputies say the toddler was unresponsive after being left in a car on campus for ‘several hours by a parent.’
Life saving measures were attempted by Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Deputies, University of Southern Indiana Public Safety personnel, AMR Ambulance services, and Perry Township Fire Department personnel.The toddler died on scene where the Vanderburgh County Coroner’s Office responded to investigate.
Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s detectives worked with the Coroner’s Office and USI Public Safety to investigate the death.
The child was identified as 3-year-old Oliver Dill. The father works at the university and deputies are calling the death an accident.
An autopsy is scheduled.