8-year-old refugee from Congo was killed on Tuesday after landing at the international airport, Chicago O'hare, according to CBS Chicago.
David Daimyo, 8-year-old boy landed on Tuesday at about 4:30 p.m. with a family of refugees at the international airport O'hara.
The daimyo traveled with his father and several other children, who arrived in Chicago on a flight from Dubai. After checking the documents, the family waited for their next flight, when US customs and border protection officer noticed that the boy became ill.
Emergency medical help was immediately notified about the incident and arrived to the terminal. Were subjected to standard procedures that are provided for disabled passengers, a spokesman for the Center for control and disease prevention. It is reported that the victim was sick before the flight. He was examined at the airport in a separate room. After inspection it was determined that it is necessary to deliver in the hospital. The daimyo was taken to resurrection medical center where he died.
The representative of the CDC said that the child had the disease, which poses a threat to public health. U.S. customs and border protection is deeply saddened by the situation. The family planned to settle in Texas. The medical examiner cook County currently collects additional information. It is reported that an autopsy was performed. The results of the autopsy are unknown.
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