Two Year Old Found Dead At Home With Injuries

Two Year Old Found Dead At Home With Injuries

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A two-year-old boy is found injured at home and dies: A 30-year-old man is in court accused of injuring

After a two-year-old boy was found injured at home and later died, a 30-year-old father was summoned to court.

Tragically, the kid who was found at a residence on Blackpool’s Central Drive earlier this week passed away in the hospital.

A little after 11 a.m. on Saturday, the ambulance service alerted Lancashire Police after learning that a two-year-old was not breathing.

Police and paramedics arrived at the scene right afterwards, but the small child tragically passed away on Monday in the hospital.

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At the scene, Daniel Hardcastle was taken into custody.

He was remanded in custody after making an appearance at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on Monday, August 21, where he was charged with Section 18 wounding.

In a statement, Lancashire Police said: “An investigation is ongoing after a child found with injuries at a Blackpool address over the weekend passed away in the hospital.”

On Saturday, August 19, just after 11 a.m., we received a contact from the ambulance service in reference to a report that a two-year-old boy had been discovered unconscious at a location on Central Drive in the resort.

Officers responded, and the infant was taken to the hospital; regrettably, on Monday, August 21, the child passed away from their wounds.

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At this time, our thoughts are with his loved ones.At the address, a man in his 30s was taken into custody.

On August 21, Daniel Hardcastle (10/3/93), of Central Drive, who was charged with Section 18 wounding, appeared before Blackpool Magistrates’ Court and was remanded in jail.

“Following the toddler’s passing, we will keep looking into the matter and consult with the Crown Prosecution Service regarding any potential new charges,” the statement read.

Anyone with information is urged to call police at (101), using the reference of log 0583 of August 19.

Alternatively, call the non-profit organisation Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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