A vigil was held Saturday evening for Di’Yanni Bush, the infant girl who was pronounced dead after being picked up by her mom from a Cleveland home daycare.
Di'Yanni was not even three months old when she died. Her mother Taylor claims she picked her up from Nana’s Home Daycare on Giddings road and was told Di'Yanni was "breathing heavy" and that workers did not help her when she attempted CPR. She was later pronounced dead at a local hospital, where she claims doctors told her Di'Yanni "had stopped breathing a long time ago."
"They showed no remorse, no apologies, not anything, no 'sorry for your loss,' no condolences," Taylor said of the daycare. "I want justice for my daughter."
Workers at Nana's, however, claim Di'Yanni was still breathing when she was picked up and denied any wrongdoing. They also blasted Taylor for telling "lies."
"The baby was already sick. We told the young girl, Taylor Bush, to take the baby to the doctor," owner Danielle Townsend said. "She’s a young, unfit parent—period."
The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services is conducting an investigation into the incident. Officials in Cuyahoga County are still awaiting autopsy results.