We will never know for sure, why Kayelisa Mart, 20, walked in front of a moving semi-trailer on I-77 at Milepost 115,’ near Akron-Canton Airport, and ended her life. And as if this isn’t tragic enough, medical personnel have no clue whatsoever what caused the death of her 14-month-old son, Omoyele Gonzalez, who was found deceased in his bed at their home. This information comes from a press release by the Summit County sheriff’s office.
The accident caused closure of the northbound lanes of the road for about four hours after the incident and traffic was detoured around the scene.
Stark County Coroner’s office conducted an autopsy on the toddler Saturday and results released Monday offered no conclusive details on how the little boy died, while preliminary autopsy findings showed that he did not die from any trauma,’ according to coroner P.S. Murthy’s statement.
The office is awaiting toxicology results but confirmed X-rays showed there had been no recent or past abuse, nor did Omoyele die from injuries consistent with a fall or an infection.
The child’s father, who does not live at the home, was interviewed by police who conclude they don’t believe he was involved.
Gary Guenther, investigator for the Summit County Medical Examiner’s Office, said Friday that Martin’s autopsy showed she died from ‘blunt force trauma to the head and torso.’