CHAMBERS COUNTY, AL (WTVM) - Authorities in Chambers County are investigating the death of a six-week-old baby.
Members of the Lanett Police Department and Lanett Emergency Medical Services responded to an unresponsive infant at a house in the 1400 block of 57th Avenue in Lanett Wednesday.
When they arrived, officers and EMS found the infant boy dead in the front bedroom of the home.
The child's cause of death is pending an autopsy with the Medical Examiner's Office in Montgomery, Alabama.
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