7-Year-Old’s Parents Found Dead After She Told Her Bus Driver She Couldn’t Wake Them


A girl of 7 years old, in McKeesport, Pennsylvania woke up Monday morning, he got ready for school, and is on the bus itself. After a day at school, he referred to his bus driver on the way home I could not wake his parents up. Police investigated and found her dead parents and three younger siblings still at home, according to Washington Post .

CBS Pittsburgh reports that Christopher Dilly, 26, and Jessica Lally, 25, were found dead Monday night at home. Police suspect the two died of a drug overdose. It is unclear how long the couple had been dead, but police suspect may have been dead for a day or even two days.

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Lally, Courtney said they were addicted to heroin. “My sister was not the person he was when it came to drugs,” said Courtney WXPI. “She was not the person I knew. It was like drugs had taken over.” Courtney had desperately tried to save the children of Jessica, including sending photos of the deplorable conditions of his house full of rubbish when they lived in a nearby village police. When she did that, Jessica and Christopher got so mad they moved to another city. Courtney now worries that if he had not used that technique, which may have been alive today.

Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, like many parts of the United States, has struggled with an epidemic of opioid lately. This was the second heroin overdose to occur on your block on Monday. “It is getting ridiculous. It is three bodies in one day,” McCallister WTAE neighbor Jordan said.


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The 7-year-old, and his brothers, 5 and 3 years old and 9 months old, they were evaluated in a hospital and placed in the care of Allegheny County young children and families. Courtney is trying to get custody of the three children. Kristin Davis, spokesman McKeesport Area School District, issued the following statement:

“Our district took immediate action after were notified of shared by our students on their way home concerns. We alert all appropriate officials and ensure student safety. Each school in our district offers advice any student who needs it and will be available to the families affected by this tragedy. ”


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