Nation artist Granger Smith's 3-year-old child suffocates at family home in 'deplorable mishap'

Nation artist Granger Smith's 3-year-old child suffocates at family home in 'deplorable mishap' 

Nation artist and lyricist Granger Smith's 3-year-old child has passed on following an unfortunate mishap. 

Both Smith and his better half, Amber Smith, shared the staggering news via web-based networking media Thursday that "regardless of specialist's earnest attempts, he was unfit to be resuscitated." 

Smith posted a brokenhearted message to Instagram, calling the news "unthinkable."

"I have to deliver unthinkable news. We've lost our youngest son, River Kelly Smith. Following a tragic accident, and despite doctor's best efforts, he was unable to be revived. Amber and I made the decision to say our last goodbyes and donate his organs so that other children will be given a second chance at life," the singer wrote. "Our family is devastated and heartbroken, but we take solace in knowing he is with his Heavenly Father. Riv was special. Everyone that met him knew that immediately. The joy he brought to our lives cannot be expressed and his light will be forever in our hearts. If there are words to say more, I cannot find them in this moment. Love the ones close to you. There has never been a more difficult moment for us than this."

Amber Smith also shared the news, writing on Instagram that "nothing can prepare a mother to deliver this kind of news."

Nation vocalist Granger Smith reported via web-based networking media Thursday that his most youthful child, River Kelly Smith, had passed on at 3 years old. 

Smith said in an Instagram post that the demise was expected to a "heartbreaking mishap." 

The kid suffocated at the family's home, as per Jay Jones of BBR Music Group, which speaks to Smith. 

He is asking fans to, rather than blessings, send gifts to Dell Children's Medical Center in Texas in his child's respect. 

"Golden and I settled on the choice to state our last farewells and give his organs with the goal that other kids will be given a second change at life," Smith wrote in an announcement Thursday. 

"Our family is crushed and grief stricken, yet we take comfort in realizing he is with his Heavenly Father," Smith wrote in the announcement. 

Suffocating is the main source of accidental passing for kids ages 1 to 4, as per the Centers for Disease Control. 

Smith dropped his CMA Fest execution this end of the week at the Chevy Riverfront Stage following the updates on his child's passing. 

Individual down home specialists have taken to internet based life to express their sympathies to Smith and his family. 

Smith is most known for his hit tunes "If the Boot Fits" and "Byway Song." The BBR Music Group Recording craftsman likewise depicts the character Earl Dibbles, Jr., a great old nation kid with an online life following of in excess of 7 million and more than 1 billion video sees. His fans are known as the Yee Nation.