Cleveland Police confirmed a baby was pronounced dead after officers and ambulances were called to an address in Guisborough, North Yorkshire on Thursday morning
Image: Teesside Live)
A baby has died after calls to 911, police said.
Cleveland Police and North East Ambulance Service and responded at Derby Road, Guisborough, North Yorkshire on Thursday morning.
The force issued a statement confirming an infant had died, they reported TeessideLive.
However, the circumstances remain unclear.
The force said: “Police were called to a property on Derby Road in Guisborough around 8.15am on Thursday by colleagues from the Ambulance Service attending a medical emergency.
“Unfortunately, a short time later, a baby was pronounced dead at the scene.
“An autopsy will be carried out in due course.
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“Our thoughts are with the child’s family at this very difficult time.
“The family have asked to be left alone during this time so that they can grieve in peace.
“Police had remained at the scene for several hours after the call, including three marked police vehicles and a CID vehicle.”
The emergency services confirmed that after a call they had sent three vehicles onto the road.
Crime scene photos show police vehicles and an ambulance parked on the street.
The Mirror has contacted the Cleveland Police for more information.
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