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A 4-year-old boy pulled from the second floor of a burning building Sunday afternoon has died, according to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office. Firefighters found the child, paramedics began lifesaving measures, then transported the boy to Children’s Wisconsin, where he died. The fire department was called to the scene near North 84th Street and Mill Road around 3 p.m. “When I get out of the car, all you hear is, ‘Please, no! Help me! Not my baby, not my baby,’” neighbor Lashanda Blackmer said. She said she tried to find the boy in the smoky building. “I was inside his house. We were literally up the stairs trying to get to the little boy,” Blackmer said. When the smoke grew too heavy for her to continue searching, Blackmer said she stayed with the mother until Milwaukee firefighters pulled the boy from the flames. “Calm down, I’ll be there for you, I’m not. Your son will be fine. But then when they brought him out and I saw him, I still kept the faith,” said Blackmer. Police said the child died of his injuries a few hours later. “No one wants to see or hear that their child is dead, like no. And that really upset me,” Blackmer said. “Hysterical. I could have fainted. I’m just lucky it’s not my baby.” Police said the cause “didn’t appear suspicious.”

A 4-year-old boy pulled from the second floor of a burning building Sunday afternoon has died, according to the Milwaukee County Medical Examiner’s Office.

Firefighters found the child, paramedics began lifesaving measures, then transported the boy to Children’s Wisconsin, where he died.

Firefighters were called to the scene near North 84th Street and Mill Road around 3 p.m.

WISN 12 News’ Kendall Keys spoke to a woman at the scene who said she heard screams and ran into the smoke-filled building in an attempt to save the child.

“When I get out of the car, all you hear is, ‘Please, no! Help me! Not my baby, not my baby,’” neighbor Lashanda Blackmer said.

She said she tried to find the boy in the smoky building.

“I was inside his house. We were literally up the stairs trying to get to the little boy,” Blackmer said.

When the smoke grew too heavy for her to continue searching, Blackmer said she stayed with the mother until Milwaukee firefighters pulled the boy from the flames.

“Calm down, I’m going to be there for you, I’m not going to leave you. Your son is going to be fine. But when they took him out and I saw him, I still kept the faith,” Blackmer said.

According to the police, the child died of his injuries a few hours later.

“Nobody wants to see or hear that their child is dead, like no. And that really upset me,” Blackmer said. “Hysterical. I could have fainted. I’m just lucky it’s not my baby.”

As the block reflects on the loss, Milwaukee police said they are investigating the cause of the fire. Police said the cause “did not appear suspicious”.

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