SB 6.14.47

tasyās tadākarṇya bhṛśāturaṁ svaraṁ
 ghnantyāḥ karābhyām ura uccakair api
praviśya rājñī tvarayātmajāntikaṁ
 dadarśa bālaṁ sahasā mṛtaṁ sutam
Synonyms: 
tasyāḥ — of her (the maidservant); tadā — at that time; ākarṇya — hearing; bhṛśa-āturam — highly regretful and agitated; svaram — voice; ghnantyāḥ — striking; karābhyām — with the hands; uraḥ — the chest; uccakaiḥ — loudly; api — also; praviśya — entering; rājñī — the Queen; tvarayā — hastily; ātmaja-antikam — near her son; dadarśa — she saw; bālam — the child; sahasā — suddenly; mṛtam — dead; sutam — son.
Translation: 
In great agitation, the maidservant struck her breast with both hands and cried loudly in regretful words. Hearing her loud voice, the Queen immediately came, and when she approached her son, she saw that he was suddenly dead.