Mother claims daycare handed back her two-month-old girl 'lifeless' with floppy neck before she died

Mail Online | 6/22/2019 | Dailymail.com Reporter
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An Ohio mother has claimed her two-month-old daughter was 'basically already dead' when she collected her from a home daycare on Tuesday and the baby later passed away.

Taylor Bush said she realized something was wrong when she left the Nana's Home Daycare on Giddings Road in Cleveland with little girl Di'Yanni Griffin.

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'So I go to walk out the door and I close the door behind me so I'm like, 'Hey, mama baby.' I realize her neck is, just, she's just lifeless,' Bush cried to Fox 8.

Bush said she ran back inside, started CPR and asked them to call 911.

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'I'm hurt; I blame myself,' Bush added to Fox. 'When you handed me my baby she was basically lifeless.'

The daycare's owner, Danielle Townsend, was not present at the time but said the baby had been sick in the days prior and she had recommended Bush take the infant to hospital.

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Bush's sons were also being cared for at the property and they were asleep at the time.

'My sister calls me and says, "Call her mother",' Townsend told Fox 8. 'I said, "Well, her mother just texted me; what's wrong?" She said, "The baby is breathing fast".'

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The identity of the sister is not clear but Bush said in Wednesday post that Townsend's sister was present when she came for the child.

Townsend said she tried to call Bush – who lives above the daycare – but she couldn't get in touch as she was already on her way there.

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According to Bush's social media she is a mother-of-four who works at Checkers and Rally's fast food restaurant. The licensed Type B care provider she left Di'Yanni participates in a subsidized program.

The owner – who says she has worked in daycares for 15 years and has operated her own for three years - told Fox...
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