Mike Tyson’s Daughter Exodus Found Hanging From Cord
Mike Tyson’s daughter Exodus is in on life support and in very critical condition after what we can hope can only be described as a terrible accident! At around 10:30am Monday morning, Tyson’s four-year-old daughter, was found unconscious and hanging from a treadmill cord. MyFoxPhoenix was the first to report the accident stating that;
Phoenix Police and paramedics were called out to Tyson’s home in the 6100 block of 10th Ave in Phoenix on reports of an unresponsive child. CPR was administered and the 4-year-old Exodus was taken to St. Joe’s Hospital. She’s on life support and in extremely critical condition. According to police, the victim’s 7-year-old brother discovered the child in distress, and alerted their mother. She found the girl with a cable around her neck, hanging from the treatmill, and immediately called 911. “Somehow the little girl got something caught across her throat, she became unresponsive, the boy went and got the mother, and the mother came out and found the child,” says Phoenix Police Sgt. Andy Hill. Phoenix Police are investigating. So far, they believe the incident was accidental.
It is always unfortunate and extremely sad when a child is hurt. My thoughts and prayers are with the Tyson family.