911 Call Reveals Brother, 8, Didn't 'Want to Go Alone' Before He and Sister, 4, Were Found Hanging

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More details are coming to light after two young children, ages 4 and 8, were found hanging from a support beam in their Pennsylvania basement last month. 

Conner Snyder and his little sister, Brinley Snyder, were found unconscious by their mother, hanging from a wire dog lead on Sept. 23. Two chairs were tipped over on the floor near their bodies, according to reports.

In a 911 call obtained by the Morning Call, the mother, Lisa Snyder, said Conner was “bullied” at school and had "made threats of doing this" before but had also said he “didn’t want to go alone.”

The children were airlifted to the hospital, but they both died three days later after being removed from life support.

Snyder has since updated her Facebook profile photo and added the caption, “Words scar, rumors destroy, bullies kill,” People reported. 

The two children reportedly lived in the house with their mom and one more teenage sibling.

Police previously took out six search warrants on the home and are still investigating. 

No charges have been filed. The exact cause of death for the children has not been revealed.


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