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A heartbroken mother has relived the horrific moment she dragged her 21 month old son out of the family washing machine before he later died in her arms.
Ollie Hebb was helping mother Tiffany on laundry day, climbing atop a bin so he could toss clothes into a top-loading washer.
Mrs Hebb sat down to read a magazine, but then noticed Ollie was missing. 'I walked around through my whole house calling his name and couldn’t find him anywhere,' she told KSL-TV.
'And then I put my hands in the washer and felt his little body. The worst day of my life.'




She told the Deseret News: 'I couldn’t get him out of the washer; he was stuck.
'So I pulled his head above the water, and he had no heartbeat, no pulse. He wasn’t breathing.'

After getting help from a neighbour to pull him out, Ollie’s heart restarted nearly an hour later. He was put on life support for 24 hours before the family decided to let him go on March 24.

'We just held him, cuddling him for his last moments of life,' Hebb told the paper. 'Six hours later, he took his last breath and passed away'.

His mother, recently moved to Oregon from Utah, says she never thought the washing machine would be a danger to her child and is telling her story to make parents aware of the danger.
The Consumer Products Safety Commission, a federal agency, says such deaths are rare — two children under the age of five died in washing machines between 2005 and 2009, according to a recent report.
Tiffany and Chris Hebb will probably not face charges, according Michael Rouches, spokesman for police in Hillsboro, Oregon.
'Detectives don't believe that this was an intentional crime or that anyone stuck the baby in the washer,' Mr Roushes said on Monday.
'We have the DA's office look into it, just to make sure there wasn't a degree of negligence.'

Mr Rouches said detectives couldn't find other cases when toddlers drowned under similar circumstances.
'She was 30 feet away in the living room, reading a magazine,' he said. 'It wasn't like the mother had this kid unattended at the time.'
The 2011 report says two children under the age of 5 died in washing machines between 2005 and 2009.
During that time, 350 children died in bathtubs, and 77 drowned in something else, such as a decorative water feature, a cooler or a septic tank.
Ollie when his parents decided to take him off life support after 24 hours. His organs were donated, to give other children a chance of life.
The couple had recently moved from Orem, Utah to the Portland suburb where Mr Hebb had found a job. The boy was buried over the weekend in Utah.
'Every night when I go to sleep, I start feeling sick,' Mr Hebb told the Deseret News.
'Every time I wake up, I think this is a nightmare and then realise it's real. You hear a baby crying in the night from a neighbour's house. You wake up, hoping it's your little boy, and then realise he's not there.'

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Old 04-03-2012, 12:13 PM
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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

This may not of been an intentional homicide but she should be punished for being a thick as pig shit dumb asshole.

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

You dont think it would happen that quick until it happens

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Old 04-03-2012, 12:41 PM
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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

Word on the street is that she's to sue the washing machine company. Good luck, fucking negligent bastard!

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

That is a tragedy that could have easily been avoided. I feel for her as she obviously devastated but come on and use some common sense. If your child is on top of a washer there is a chance they could fall in. You don't freaking leave a room with them still in there.

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

no shit. Bad parenting at its worst

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

it wasn't intentional but she's still a neglectful cunt

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

I would never ever go and read a magazine knowing my 21 month old was standing on top of my washing machine. This is definitely negligence no matter what she calls it. I feel bad for her because she and her son have paid the ultimate price, but only one person is to blame here. It was an 'accident' that could easily have been prevented.

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

I feel bad for the father and her, but god damn If I had a child I would never keep my eyes off the little bastard. I guess this is one of those things you have to learn the hard way.

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Re: Toddler Dies In Washing Machine

Another one? I'm sure there was another kid in a washing machine not so long ago. The fuck do parents do these days? I make sure to always check mine, because A) my daughter gets in the most retarded places B) once mine is on, you can't open the door, only stop the cycle.

People should actually look after they kids.

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