Young burn victim in stable condition
CLEVELAND TOWNSHIP - A toddler who suffered severe burns when he fell into a fire pit at Knoebels Campground Sunday was listed in stable condition at Lehigh Valley Hospital Thursday.
Locust Township police said a two-year-old, referred to as Rylee in police reports, was sitting at a campfire with his foster parents, Melissa and Scott Agresta, when he fell head first into the flames.
The Press-Enterprise reported Rylee's last name is Castelli; however, Locust Township police did not list a last name in their report.
The child suffered severe burns on both arms and hands.
Personnel from Knoebels first aid station arrived on scene and treated Rylee's burns. He was then transported to Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.
Later, he was transferred to Lehigh Valley Hospital's burn recovery center. A hospital representative said Thursday the boy is in stable condition.