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Babies' deaths not treated as suspicious

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New Zealand News | Wednesday March 6 2013 14:19

Babies' deaths not treated as suspicious

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Police say the deaths of twin premature babies whose bodies were found in the backyard of a Bay of Plenty home are not being treated as suspicious.

Police were called to a home in Matata on Friday afternoon after the bodies of the two girls were found.

They say after post-mortem examinations, liasing with medical experts plus interviews with a number of individuals, the matter has been referred on to the coroner.

Photo: NZ Herald

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