Family mourns Indiana girl who died from the flu

  • The autopsy on Alivia R. Viellieux, 3, reliable she died of influenza and pneumonia
  • Alivia had been certified to hospital on Feb 6, contrast certain for flu
  • She seemed to have been recuperating and was sent home on Thursday
  • The Indiana toddler was found upheld at her home on Monday 

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An Indiana family is anguish the unexpected death of a three-year-old girl who died after descending ill with the flu. 

It was left to the child’s grandmother, Tameka Stettler, to share the unhappy news that her granddaughter, three-year-old Alivia R. Viellieux, upheld divided on Monday morning.   

‘I’m certain every one has seen the reports and media that my grandbaby upheld divided this am from the flu.. we can’t highlight to anyine [sic] to be safe,’ Stettler wrote on Facebook just hours later.  

The coroner reliable that Alivia R. Viellieux, 3, died on Monday, after pang from influenza and a delegate infection of pneumonia. She had been expelled from the hospital on Thursday

The coroner reliable that Alivia R. Viellieux, 3, died on Monday, after pang from influenza and a delegate infection of pneumonia. She had been expelled from the hospital on Thursday

The coroner reliable that Alivia R. Viellieux, 3, died on Monday, after pang from influenza and a delegate infection of pneumonia. She had been expelled from the hospital on Thursday

Alivia's grandmother, Tameka Stettler, posted a amatory commemorative collage on Facebook just hours after she sensitive friends and family that Alivia had upheld away

Alivia's grandmother, Tameka Stettler, posted a amatory commemorative collage on Facebook just hours after she sensitive friends and family that Alivia had upheld away

Alivia’s grandmother, Tameka Stettler, posted a amatory commemorative collage on Facebook just hours after she sensitive friends and family that Alivia had upheld away

Stettler asked that the family, including Alivia’s mother, Aabriey Viellieux, be given the ‘time and space’ as they ‘deal with one of the many unpleasant things a primogenitor or grandparent has to understanding with.’

Stettler then posted several honeyed photos and the lyrics to ‘Twinkle Twinkle Little Star’ as a way of memorializing the three-year-old.

Alivia, who would have incited 4 on Mar 20, was certified to the hospital on Feb 6, where she tested certain for influenza pathogen Type A, according to WTSP. 

The day after being certified to hospital, Alivia’s mother, Aabriey, remarkable on her Facebook criticism that Alivia’s heat had forsaken from 106 degrees to 103.4 degrees and that she was so sick that she indispensable to wear a diaper since she couldn’t control her guts properly.

Alivia was certified to the hospital on Feb 6, with a heat reading 106 degrees

Alivia was certified to the hospital on Feb 6, with a heat reading 106 degrees

After two days, Alivia seemed to be recuperating and was expelled from the hospital and sent home

After two days, Alivia seemed to be recuperating and was expelled from the hospital and sent home

Alivia was certified to the hospital on Feb 6, with a heat reading 106 degrees. After two days, she seemed to be recuperating and was expelled from the hospital and sent home

The day after she was certified to the hospital, Alivia's mother, Aabriey Viellieux, pronounced that her daughter's heat forsaken from 106 degrees to 103.4 degrees

The day after she was certified to the hospital, Alivia's mother, Aabriey Viellieux, pronounced that her daughter's heat forsaken from 106 degrees to 103.4 degrees

The day after she was certified to the hospital, Alivia’s mother, Aabriey Viellieux, pronounced that her daughter’s heat forsaken from 106 degrees to 103.4 degrees

Stettler shared the unhappy news that Alivia had upheld divided on Monday morning

Stettler shared the unhappy news that Alivia had upheld divided on Monday morning

Stettler shared the unhappy news that Alivia had upheld divided on Monday morning

Aabriey also remarkable that her daughter was so weak, she couldn’t walk anywhere and indispensable to be carried around.

Alivia was kept at the hospital, under observation, until Thursday, when it seemed that her condition was improving and she was sent home, the Indy Channel reported. 

The alleviation was only proxy though, as she was found upheld at her home on Monday morning. 

The Delaware County coroner has reliable that Alivia died of the influenza and a delegate infection of pneumonia, making her the first child in Muncie to die from the influenza pathogen this year.

Alivia’s autopsy showed that in further to the flu, she suffered from pneumonia as a delegate infection.

Stettler memorialized her granddaughter, Alivia, who would've incited 4 in March, with the lyrics to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and a photo collage that enclosed this picture

Stettler memorialized her granddaughter, Alivia, who would've incited 4 in March, with the lyrics to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and a photo collage that enclosed this picture

Stettler memorialized her granddaughter, Alivia, who would’ve incited 4 in March, with the lyrics to Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and a photo collage that enclosed this picture

The coroner, Scott Hahn, told WTSP that prior instances of death associated to the influenza this year concerned people who had the influenza and a contributing health issue.

Alivia is believed to have been the second influenza death in the state of Indiana of children ages 0 to 4 years old this influenza season. 

Nationwide, 16 children have been reported as having died from the influenza during the last week of January, with the sum series of flu-related child deaths is pronounced to be 53 this season.

The New York Post reported that an unnamed five-year-old girl from New Jersey died on Monday after experiencing flu-like symptoms. 

The North Bergen School District posted condolences on Facebook, alerting relatives about precautions the schools have been holding to purify table surfaces, as good as doorknobs, toilets, sinks and other surfaces where the influenza pathogen can linger.   


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