Maddox Ritch Update Autopsy Reveals his Cause of Death as Drowning.
Maddox Ritch have passed away from drowning, according to the following statements posted on social media on June 10. 2021.
Maddox Ritch, the 6-year-old North Carolina boy with autism who disappeared from a park in September while out with his father, died from accidental drowning, according to officials.
Mecklenburg County Medical Examiner’s Office said in an autopsy report released Thursday, there was no evidence of trauma and the child’s body was “normally developed and nourished.”
Maddox, who was also nonverbal, vanished from Rankin Lake Park in Gastonia on Sept. 22. He was walking with his father, Ian Ritch, and another adult, police previously said. His body was discovered partially submerged in a creek located more than a mile east of the park by a searcher five days after he disappeared.
Angela Stimpson Jones 3h · UPDATE [ Police Chief “deeply saddened” body found in Long Creek confirmed to be Maddox Ritch ] According to the autopsy report, Maddox died of probably drowning and had multiple wounds on his upper neck likely caused by an animal attack. Maddox went missing at Rankin Lake Park in Gastonia on Sept.Sep 21, 2020
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Edie Barker wrote
Thank you for this post! I literally made the same type of post yesterday. I’ve seen 3 different ones for this lil boy in 2 days and I would hate to be in his parents shoes and keep seeing these floating around. I actually sent messages to the news channel asking them to either delete it or update it to say found. It takes a few moments to check out the info on these types of post before reposting them, I do my due diligence before reposting, too bad most people don’t. 1 of my pet peeves.
Dee Frazier wrote
Please check the person’s name before sharing a missing person’s article esp. if it is an older post. Example: twice in one day I’ve seen a Prayer Request for a missing boy who died in 2018. How would you feel seeing this post if it was your child.