The autopsy of five-year-old Meaghan Levy has revealed what caused the kindergartener’s death last December, according to WFAA News. Meaghan was attending kindergarten in Frisco when she choked on a pushpin, resulting in asphyxiation. Teachers and administrators tried CPR, the Heimlich maneuver, and using an oxygen tank to save the girl’s life. However, while these life-saving procedures were attempted, the oxygen tank malfunctioned, depriving Meaghan from oxygen for an unknown length of time. A spokesperson for Meaghan’s family believes that had it been working properly, Meaghan may not have died.
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