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Baby Death Investigation In Bourbon County

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Updated: 8/07/2013 3:43 pm
Paris Police said they're investigating the death of a two-week old baby boy.

Investigators said they were called to a home on Walker Avenue in Paris after the baby's father had called for help, saying the child was unresponsive.

Police said the baby died Wednesday at Bourbon Community Hospital.

The Bourbon County Coroner said an autopsy would be performed to determine a cause and manner of death.

Investigators said there were no outward signs of trauma on the baby's body.

No charges have been filed in the case.

The investigation continues.
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