Newborn baby girl dies suddenly at home after emergency services rushed to the scene

A NEWBORN baby girl has died after medics rushed to save her at home.

Emergency services were scrambled to a property in Redcar, Teesside, following reports a baby had died suddenly.

Police officers including crime scene investigators, were called to the house just before 10am on Wednesday, Teesside Live reports.

Other emergency services including the Great North Air Ambulance (GNAA) and the North East Ambulance Service also attended.

Neighbours reported a small child had been rushed to hospital and it has now been confirmed that the two-month-old girl sadly died.

A post-mortem examination will be held in an attempt to determine the cause of her death while officers work to support the family.

A spokeswoman for Cleveland Constabulary said: "Police attended a report of the sudden death of a two-month old baby girl at an address in Tennyson Avenue, Grangetown, just before 10am on Wednesday.

"Police are always informed of sudden deaths and officers are supporting the family.

"A post-mortem will now take place to establish the cause of death."

No further details about the tragedy have been released at this stage.

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