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Update: Police Investigate Daycare Death

The death of a four-month-old child at a Wichita Falls daycare is confirmed to have been from natural causes. The child was found not breathing Friday morning at an in-home daycare off the 5400 block of Hooper. The infant was taken to United Regional and was pronounced dead. Police report no charges with be filed against the parents or the daycare personnel. 

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