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Baby dies after being stuck in cot at Nerang

Baby dies after being stuck in cot at Nerang

THE child protection unit is looking into the tragic death of a baby boy in Nerang on the weekend.

The 11-month-old child died after becoming trapped in the slats on the side of his cot on Saturday morning.

Paramedics were called to a house on Weedons Rd around 10am, but were unable to revive the child.

The tragedy is not considered suspicious, however a report is being prepared for the coroner and an investigation will be carried out by the child protection unit.

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