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PHOTO: 4-week-old baby dies of swollen brain, broken skull


ALBANY -- Police are investigating the death of a one-month-old child in Albany.

Albany Police say they were called by Albany Medical Center last Thursday for a child being treated for a serious head injury.

The Kingston Daily Freeman is reporting that the child, Seth Knox of Kingston, was first taken to a hospital in Kingston on June 11th before being transported to Albany Med because of the extent of his injuries. The boy died on June 13th.

The child's mother, Asia Gordon, said her son died from a swollen brain and broken skull but doesn't know how he got those injuries, according to the Kingston Daily Freeman.

Albany Police have ruled the death a homicide and the investigation is ongoing.

[Click here] to read more in the Kingston Daily Freeman.
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