Baby dies at Coon Rapids day care; police investigating

The day care provider called 911 after trying to wake up an 8-month-old boy from a nap and finding the child was not breathing. Police say the provider is cooperating and that the child shows no signs of abuse or trauma.
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The day care provider called 911 after trying to wake up an 8-month-old boy from a nap and finding the child was not breathing. Police say the provider is cooperating and that the child shows no signs of abuse or trauma.

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