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Death Investigation At Wichita Falls Daycare

Wichita Falls police are investigating the death of a 4 month old at a licensed Wichita Falls daycare facility.

Sgt. Joe Snyder, Public Information Officer for the WFPD, said an emergency call was made at 11:26 a.m. Friday. He said a 4 month old stopped breathing at Valarie's Daycare in the 5400 block of Hooper. The baby was taken to the hospital by ambulance, but did not survive.

Sgt. Snyder said detectives with the WFPD's Juvenile section are investigating. He also informed Newschannel 6 WFPD notified Child Protective Services. That is standard in child deaths.

Newschannel 6 will continue to track any new developments on this case.

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