Five-month-old baby dies at Legoland park

WINDSOR, UK – A shocking event unfolded at Legoland Windsor Resort in the UK when a 5-month-old boy succumbed to cardiac arrest after allegedly being neglected. The infant, according to the Thames Valley Police, sustained severe injuries at the theme park on May 2 due to what they believe to be an incident of neglect. The child was unable to recover and died in the hospital three days later on May 5.

Police reports suggest the incident took place at the park’s Coastguard HQ boat ride between approximately 11:30 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. In connection to this tragic occurrence, a 27-year-old woman, whose identity has not been disclosed, was arrested on May 2, before the infant’s unfortunate death.

The woman has been released on police bail until July 26 after being arrested on suspicion of child neglect causing unnecessary injury, Thames Valley Police noted. At present, police are not pursuing any other suspects in relation to this case.

Detective Constable Zoe Eele of the Child Abuse Investigation Unit at Thames Valley Police, who is among those investigating the infant’s death, referred to the incident as “distressing” in a May 7 press release. She extended thoughts to the deceased child’s family, assuring them of all possible support during this challenging period.

The unit is reportedly collaborating with the team at Legoland Windsor Resort in its ongoing investigation. DC Eele urged the public to refrain from speculations about the incident and to respect the grieving family.

A spokesman for Legoland Windsor expressed deep sorrow over the tragedy and extended condolences to all afflicted parties. The spokesperson confirmed that Legoland Windsor is dedicated to aiding in the ongoing police investigation.