No 'indication of foul play' in death of Portland infant
A three-week old baby died after being rushed to Randall Children's Hospital on Friday, prompting an investigation by the Portland Police Child Abuse Team, the medical examiner and the Department of Human Services.
The names of the child and anyone else involved in the situation were not immediately released.
Authorities said police were called to a residence in the 2500 block of Northeast Flanders Street around 9:20 a.m. on Oct. 4. Responders performed CPR on the infant, who was pronounced dead at the hospital.
In an update to the case, police said there was "no indication of foul play" in this case. But the Oregon State Medical Examiner has not yet determined the cause and manner of death.
The investigation continues.
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