'You don't ever plan to bury a baby': An 8-year-old died after choking on a bouncy ball at Kentucky school
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An 8-year-old died after choking on a bouncy ball at school.
Local news reported that Landon McCubbins passed away last week.
His family described him as a child "who loved everyone around him".
An 8-year-old in Boston, Kentucky, died after choking on a bouncy ball at school, according to local reports.
The incident happened on Nov. 21 when the child, identified as Landon McCubbin's, began choking during class at the Boston School, WHAS-TV reported.
"He just choked on a ball, something you never would think to worry about in a kid that age," his aunt Emma McCubbins told the outlet.
The outlet reported that his mother rushed to school while first responders helped them at the scene. McCubbins and his mother were then flown to a local hospital.
In a statement posted on its Facebook page, the Boston School said the school would close in the coming week after the tragedy. In addition, mental health services are available to the community throughout the week.
"Our hearts go out to Landon's family and friends. Please join us as we keep her in our prayers at this time of great loss,” said Principal Niki King.
"Landon was very loved by his classmates and teachers," the school added to WHAS-TV. According to the outlet, McCubbins' family described him as a kid who "loved everyone around him."
"You never plan on burying a baby," his other, Lauren, told the news channel.
The McCubbins' funeral will be held in Bardstown on Monday, according to The Lexington Herald-Leader.
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