Police called to house in Yorkshire after 17-month-old toddler dies

Police were called to a house in Yorkshire after a 17-month-old toddler died.

Humberside Police confirmed that they were called to a house on Morley Street in Goole where they found that a 17-year-old month child had died. Photo: Google.

Humberside Police confirmed that they were called to a house on Morley Street in Goole on Sunday, June 28.

On arrival, l it was found that a 17 month old child had died.

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Officers said that circumstances of the child’s death are still subject of on-going investigation.

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