Police investigate death of baby after call-out to Lowestoft address
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Police are investigating the circumstances which led to the death of a baby.
Officers were called by paramedics at 8.10am this morning, December 1, to an address in north Lowestoft, the exact location of which has not been disclosed. The East of England Air Ambulance was also at the scene.
A child under the age of six months was subsequently taken by ambulance to James Paget Hospital in Gorleston, but later died.
A Suffolk Police spokesman said: 'Police were called by the ambulance service to reports of a medical emergency involving a baby under six months old at an address in north Lowestoft.
'The child was taken to the James Paget Hospital by ambulance, but sadly died a short while later.
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'A police investigation into the circumstances leading to the child's death will now take place.'
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