Police are awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine what led to the death of a baby boy in southwest Houston. The nine-month-old child's mother told investigators she found the baby unresponsive, hanging through the metal railing of her bed. The discovery was made several hours after the child and mother fell asleep on the bed Thursday evening. According to police, the mother said she then put the child in her car and started to drive to the hospital. That's when she spotted a security guard pumping gas at a fuel station on Hillcroft at Richmond and decided to stop. The security guard performed CPR until paramedics arrived. The child was taken to Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The mother was handcuffed and questioned by police, but no charges were filed as of early Friday morning. An investigation is ongoing.
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