Timeline: 911 calls, officers’ response to Kyle Plush death

Kyle Plush, 16, died when a third-row bench seat fatally crushed him in his 2004 Honda Odyssey.

Plush called 911 twice pleading for help. The 911 operator has been placed on administrative leave because she didn’t pass along the make, model or color of the van to officers who responded, Police Chief Eliot Isaac said Thursday.

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Here is a timeline of events from Tuesday, according to our partners at WCPO in Cincinnati:

3:16 p.m. Plush calls 911

3:23 p.m. Call ends, and dispatcher assigns first unit to respond

3:26 p.m. First unit arrives on scene

3:37 p.m. Officers call back Plush's phone and got voicemail; their assignment is marked complete

3:48 p.m. Deputy checks again

8:56 p.m. Passerby calls 911

8:58 p.m. Duplicate calls come in

8:59 p.m. Dispatch advises a missing child was found in a vehicle -- Police and ambulance requested

9:11 p.m. Hamilton County officials put up crime scene tape

9:42 p.m. Officials direct traffic away from scene

11:55 p.m. Cincinnati Police Department closes incident

12:19 a.m. Criminal Investigations Section clears scene

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