Baby Who Suffered Serious Injuries Dies
Baby Who Suffered Serious Injuries
Wednesday, 15 January 2014 -
The three-month old baby boy who had
been admitted to Starship Hospital in Auckland yesterday
after suffering serious injuries has died.
Police say that tragically the baby died early this morning
as a result of the injuries.
Police say they are
continuing their investigation into the baby's death, both
on behalf of the coroner but also to determine whether there
is any criminal culpability.
The event is a tragedy and
Police extend their sympathies to the family
Around six Police staff and an ESR team are
continuing to undertake a forensic examination at the
Riverton address that emergency services were called to on
Monday evening where the baby was found with serious
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