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Autopsy planned for infant found in car

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 by Sabrina Salas Matanane

Guam - Guam Police Department acting spokesperson officer Paul Tapao says investigators will wait until an autopsy is conducted tomorrow to determine how they will proceed with their investigation into an incident that occurred in Yigo Saturday afternoon involving an infant.

As we reported GPD is conducting an "injured person" investigation. Tapao confirms today that it involves the death of a 3-month-old baby boy that was injured at a home along Tun Kiko Isabella Loop in Yigo Sunday afternoon. GFD transported the child conducting CPR en route.

KUAM sources confirm the baby boy was found in his car seat in a car outside the Yigo home.
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