7-year-old Boy Dies In The Bronx And His Organs Will Help Save The Lives Of 8 People | Univision 41 New York WXTV

SOUNDVIEW, Bronx – A tragic end for a small Dominican in the Bronx. This Wednesday announced the death of Kingston Spencer, seven years old, who fell through the window of his apartment on the ninth floor of the building where he lived this weekend.

"No one can imagine the pain," his mother Rossy Mancebo told Univision 41 News.

The incident occurred this Saturday, shortly before 11 am, at the Bronx River Houses building complex in the Soundview neighborhood.


Apparently, the little boy pushed the air conditioner, which according to reports, was held on one side with accordion reinforcements, but on the other held only by cardboard, circumstances that are still under investigation.

According to the mother, she was in the room taking pictures when the incident occurred. He says that what happened to her could happen to anyone.

"They are children, they don't know the danger," Mancebo said.

Spencer, who suffered from down syndrome, was admitted to Jacobi Hospital, where he initially showed signs of improvement. However, he was declared lifeless on Wednesday afternoon after being subjected to a long operation in which his organs were also stolen to be donated, which would save the lives of eight people.

"All I have left is that we could donate their organs that can serve many children," said Mancebo.

The vigil is scheduled for this Friday.

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