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Six-month-old Skylah was taken into critical condition at Helen DeVos Children's & # 39; s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday.

Baby girl, who was alone in her room for three days with the corpses of her parents and drug accessories, before the police found her, is taken to the hospital in a critical condition

  • The six-month-old baby named Skylah was discovered by a Michigan State Trooper who was asked to do a wellness check around noon on Friday
  • The officer found Jessica Bramer, 26, and Christian Reed, 28, dead in a room at the Roadway Inn in Whitehall, Michigan
  • They had been dead for three days when the police made the tragic discovery
  • An autopsy was performed on mom and dad, but their cause of death has not been established because authorities are waiting for the results of a toxicological report
  • Baby Skylah remained in critical condition on Saturday at Devos Children's & # 39; s Hospital
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Six-month-old Skylah was taken into critical condition at Helen DeVos Children's & # 39; s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday.

Six-month-old Skylah was taken into critical condition at Helen DeVos Children's & # 39; s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday.

The Michigan police found a six-month-old baby on Friday who died in a motel room with her deceased parents.

Jessica Bramer, 26, from Grand Rapids, and Christian Reed, 28, from Marne, had been dead for three days.

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Their dehydrated daughter, Skylah, was found among their corpses at the Rodeway Inn in Whitehall, Michigan.

A state trooper, who was asked to carry out a wellness check for the family, discovered the child and her dead mom and dad around Friday afternoon.

Drug equipment was also found in the room.

An autopsy was performed on both parents on Saturday, but toxicological findings are not expected for at least 30 days, authorities said.

Inn staff refused to say if someone heard the baby crying or saw anything suspicious, according to WKRG.

Christian Reed, 28

Christian Reed, 28

Jessica Bramer, 26

Jessica Bramer, 26

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Christian Reed (left), 28, from Marne, Michigan and Jessica Bramer, 26, from Grand Rapids, Michigan were found Friday in their motel room with their daughter. The police said that drug paraphernalia could also be found in the room. Their cause of death has not yet been determined

A Michigan State Trooper discovered the dead father and mother with their daughter in a room at the Rodeway Inn in Whitehall, Michigan around noon on Friday

A Michigan State Trooper discovered the dead father and mother with their daughter in a room at the Rodeway Inn in Whitehall, Michigan around noon on Friday

A Michigan State Trooper discovered the dead father and mother with their daughter in a room at the Rodeway Inn in Whitehall, Michigan around noon on Friday

Baby Skylah was taken into critical condition at Helen DeVos Children's & # 39; s Hospital in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Saturday, but is expected to fully recover, according to Fox 6 now.

According to family members, Bramer and Reed had been in and out of jail, who also said Skylah's grandparents contacted Children & # 39; s Protective Services in January after worrying about the safety of their grandchildren.

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The local child protection agency did not immediately respond to calls for comment on the incident.

The state police ask everyone with information about what happened to Bramer or Reed to contact them at 616.866.4411.

According to family members, Bramer and Reed had been in and out of jail, who also said Skylah's grandparents contacted Children & # 39; s Protective Services in January after worrying about the safety of their grandchildren

According to family members, Bramer and Reed had been in and out of jail, who also said Skylah's grandparents contacted Children & # 39; s Protective Services in January after worrying about the safety of their grandchildren

According to family members, Bramer and Reed had been in and out of jail, who also said Skylah's grandparents contacted Children & # 39; s Protective Services in January after worrying about the safety of their grandchildren

State police ask everyone with information about what happened to Bramer (photo) or Reed to contact them at 616.866.4411

State police ask everyone with information about what happened to Bramer (photo) or Reed to contact them at 616.866.4411

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State police ask everyone with information about what happened to Bramer (photo) or Reed to contact them at 616.866.4411

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