The 4-year-old daughter of former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson died Tuesday, a day after what police called a "tragic accident" in her home. Phoenix police spokesman Andy Hill said Exodus Tyson was pronounced dead in a hospital just before noon.
Police said the girl was playing on a treadmill Monday in her central Phoenix home when her head apparently slipped inside a cord hanging under the console.
Exodus' 7-year-old brother found her and alerted his mother. Responding officers and firefighters performed CPR on Exodus as they took her to the hospital, where she had been listed in critical condition since Monday.
Tyson was in Las Vegas at the time of the accident and flew to Phoenix on Monday.
Cynthia Schwartz, a spokeswoman for Tyson, said the family would release a statement Tuesday evening. They had not yet made any funeral arrangements, she said.
Mike Tyson's daughter, Exodus Tyson, has died after being taken off life support, CNN reports. She was rushed to the hospital yesterday after she choked herself in a freak accident. More details about the accident can be found here. Check back for updates.