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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – Police are
calling the death of a 6-month-old suffocated baby and his 31-year-old mother ‘tragic'
Officials say the woman was found dead in a home around 6:30 p.m. on Saturday
in the 1700 block of Pine Creek in Meridian
Township, near Lake Lansing.
Police say they originally got a call for a missing person, but when they got
to the home where the woman lived with her two blind parents, they found her
dead on a bed in the basement. Her son was underneath her, and had suffocated,
""It does appear
that the adult lost consciousness or passed away and fell forward onto the
baby, and as a result, the baby couldn't breathe, and both of them were dead,"
said Lt. Greg Frenger of the Meridian Township Police Department. "There's
nothing indicating that there's any foul play. There's nothing indicating that
the mother did this intentionally. This is definitely an accident."
Officials with the Ingham County Medical Examiner's office said on Monday that
autopsies had been completed. However, the results of those autopsies have not
yet been released.