A teen was found dead by his father Tuesday night, crushed to death by a folding chair in his van - more than six hours after the boy called 911 for help from his school parking lot.
Now Hamilton County Prosecutor Joseph Deters is launching an investigation into why the emergency dispatch system failed 16-year-old Kyle Plush.
The Seven Hills School student called 911 around 3pm, telling an emergency operator that he was trapped inside his gold Honda Odyssey parked in the school's parking lot.
During the three minute call, Plush gasped and cried for help, but struggled to communicate his position because he couldn't hear what the operator was saying.
Kyle Plush, 16, was found dead Tuesday afternoon in a van parked in the lot at a private school in Madisonville, Ohio
The coroner says the teen was crushed to death by a folding chair in the vehicle (pictured above Tuesday night)
In his first call to 911, Plush told the operator 'tell my mom that I love her if I die'
Plush used the Siri function on his phone to call 911, since he couldn't hold it. It appeared to be far away from his body since the operator had a hard time making out what he was saying - and even thought it was a woman calling.
'I probably don't have much time left, so tell my mom that I love her if I die,' he said during the call.
The dispatcher sent a Cincinnati police officer to the scene, who searched the parking lot but couldn't find anyone stuck