Bronx Twin Toddlers Die in Possible Unlicensed Daycare, New York

An unlicensed childcare center in an apartment building in the Bronx, New York, was the location of the deaths of two children on Monday, according to a source from the New York Police Department who verified the news to The Messenger.

They were twins who were five years old when they passed away.

The insider has stated that the unlawful activity may be found in the Mount Hope neighborhood of the borough.

At approximately 11:20 in the morning, the first calls to 911 were received.

The cause of death has not yet been determined.

According to the source, the two youngsters who passed away are connected.

The Divino Niño Daycare, located in the Bronx, was the location where four children were exposed to fentanyl in the month of September. All of them passed away.

While Nicholas Dominici was in the daycare where he passed away from an overdose, only a few days before his second birthday, the police discovered at least one kilogram of fentanyl hidden beneath play mats that were used for naps.

They are each facing federal charges for conspiring to possess and sell opioids that resulted in death. The suspects in his death and the other children’s hospitalizations are daycare operator Grei Mendez, who is 36 years old, and Carlisto Acevedo Brito, who is 41 years old and rented a room in the residence.

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