Farmington daycare provider reveals details surrounding infant's death

Details are emerging in the death of a 3-month-old boy who died while at a Farmington in-home daycare last week. The provider has admitted that the infant was sleeping on a bed and not in crib, but her lawyer says negligence should not be assumed.
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Details are emerging in the death of a 3-month-old boy who died while at a Farmington in-home daycare last week. The provider has admitted that the infant was sleeping on a bed and not in crib, but her lawyer says negligence should not be assumed.

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