Seven-month-old baby girl dies in ’tragic incident’ Tipperary

A seven-month-old baby has died following an incident in county Tipperary.

Gardaí were called to Dundrum village at around 1.30 this afternoon where a baby girl was found unresponsive.

The infant was taken to University Hospital Limerick, but has since been pronounced dead.

It is believed to be a tragic incident.

RTÉ reports that the little girl was the only child of a local couple from Kilfeakle and gardaí understand the baby was found in her father's car after he went to work this morning in nearby Dundrum.

 


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