Investigators Saturday morning were trying to determine how a 3-year-old boy died in a Bronx apartment overnight.
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The bodies of 55-year-old Ida Randolph and 21-year-old Jena Randolph were found in separate bedrooms in their apartment on Valentine Avenue on Thursday.
Evidence continues to mount that repeated concussions can lead to brain damage. As CBS 2’s Dr Max Gomez reported, brain disease and its associated symptoms can develop years before the final diagnosis.
This is the first time bereaved kids as well as children of first responders have been brought together in an ongoing program, and participants say that integration is crucial.
The accident occurred at 9:35 a.m. on Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst. Emergency crews arrived on the scene a minute later and transported all the victims to Elmhurst Hospital.