After 4-Year-Old Dies in Tragic Christmas Eve Accident, Police Issue Tearjerking Response

December 28, 2017Dec 28, 2017

A Texas family suffered a great tragedy around the holidays this year after their 4-year-old son, Kade, was involved in an accident on Christmas Eve. The young boy was reportedly playing outside near a treehouse when it suddenly collapsed and fell on top of him.

He was rushed to a local hospital, suffering serious head and body injuries following the incident, reported FOX 26. Kade was unconscious and in critical condition for several days.

The family, unfortunately, spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in the hospital, awaiting a Christmas miracle.

Sadly, Kade passed away on Wednesday, December 27th. The Cleveland Police Department confirmed his death via Facebook.

The police thanked everyone for their prayers and encouraged others to keep their faith strong, despite tragic times like this.

“Please do not ever waver in your Faith. For we have no idea what God has planned for any one of us, or why. Every one of us, no matter how short, nor how long a time we are here on this Earth, fulfill a purpose, our Destiny, as it were,” the post said.

“Kade Dylan Contreras, just four years old, who was critically injured in Christmas Eve, has passed away. No longer shall he dwell here among the trials and tribulations of this life, this world. He now rests, laughs and loves among the Heaven above with the Angels...Never lose sight of your faith. Kade didn’t,” the post ended.

Kade’s mother also posted on Facebook, according to Chron, “Our sweet baby boy went home to be with Jesus today...I am trying really hard not to question the whys because I will never know that. All that I know for sure is that we were blessed beyond measure to be Kade Dylan's parents.”

Please keep this young boy’s family in your prayers. In other recent news, a former Fox News anchor died of a stroke on her way to a family member’s funeral.

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