A 2-month-old baby was found unresponsive with blood coming from his nose and mouth at an East Windsor home, police said.
At 11:21 am on Wednesday, East Windsor police responded to a call on Broad Brook. Upon arriving, police performed CPR on the infant who was not breathing. The baby was pronounced dead at the Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
The child’s mother, from Tanzania, is cooperating with police. According to police, an autopsy for the baby was unable to conclude cause and manner of death. At this time police say the incident appears to be a tragic accident. Police say the medical examiner lists the case as pending further study.
The mother and three other residents were at the residence at the time of the report, Detective Matt Carl with the East Windsor police said. According to Carl, the baby was found bleeding from his nose and mouth.
East Windsor Police, The Connecticut Medical Examiner’s Office and the Department of Children and Families are all investigating.