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Australia Queensland man charged after baby found in critical condition

08:40  30 june  2020
08:40  30 june  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

Police launch major investigation after baby found with critical head injuries in a Gladstone home

  Police launch major investigation after baby found with critical head injuries in a Gladstone home Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the discovery of an eight-month-old baby who was found unresponsive with critical head injuries in a home in Gladstone, central Queensland.The child was found non-responsive by emergency services at a home on Wilson Street, New Auckland on May 30.

Police have been called to a home in Bundamba, south of Brisbane, after a five-month-old boy was found in a critical condition . He was taken to the Queensland Children's Hospital where he remains in a serious condition . A crime scene has been established at the property.

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A 23-year-old man has been charged with grievous bodily harm after a five-month-old baby was found in a critical condition in a Bundamba home earlier this month.

A major investigation centre was established under codename Operation Sierra Boston on June 23 after the infant was found unresponsive inside a residence at 3.30pm.

The boy was transported to the Queensland Children's Hospital where he remains in a critical condition in intensive care after sustaining multiple serious injuries.

a car parked on the side of a road: Officers were at the home on June 23. © Nine Officers were at the home on June 23.

Ongoing investigations by Ipswich detectives and officers from the State Crime Command Child Abuse and Trauma Unit have led to a 23-year-old Lockrose man being charged with grievous bodily harm.

Police said the man was known to the family.

He is due to appear in Ipswich Magistrates Court tomorrow.

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