ANDERSON, S.C. (WSPA ) – A death investigation is underway after a 7-year-old girl died at an Upstate hospital.

The Anderson County Coroner’s Office said the investigation began Sunday night after the child died at Prisma Health Children’s Hospital.

Investigators said the child was admitted to AnMed on August 30 after being found unresponsive and not breathing at her home on West Franklin Street.

The child was stabilized at AnMed and then transferred to Prisma Health Children’s
Hospital, according to the coroner. She was pronounced dead on September 3.

Due to the investigation, the coroner’s office said the child’s identity is being withheld and further information will be released as it becomes available.

The cause of death has not been released. The Anderson County Coroner’s Office said it hopes to perform an autopsy this week.

As of Monday, the coroner’s office could not say if the death was considered suspicious.

The investigation remains ongoing by the Anderson County Coroner’s Office, Anderson
Police Department, South Carolina Department of Social Services, and the South Carolina Law
Enforcement Division Special Victims Unit.

The child was an organ donor, according to the coroner’s office.