INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - Detectives say they are no longer calling the death of a babygirl "suspicious." Police say the initial impression is that thebaby is a victim of SIDS.
Meanwhile, they say another child living in the home was notsuffering from any injuries. Police said Wednesday that the childwas being evaluated at Riley Hospital.
Police were called to a home in the 5200 block of PinebrookDrive around 7 a.m. Tuesday on a report that a child had stoppedbreathing.
Officers say the child was pronounced dead St. Vincent a shorttime later.
Child Protective Services were called back to the home Wednesdayto check on the condition of a one-year-old in the home. Police sayCPS decided to take the child to Riley for "possible injuries."
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