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Police asked to investigate stillbirth at Limassol clinic

Limassol police HQ

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) is investigating the case of a stillborn baby at a private Limassol clinic.

According to the police, the pregnant woman in question visited the clinic on Wednesday after her waters broke.

Doctors found the baby had no heartbeat. They proceeded to deliver the baby with a Caesarean section, but the baby was dead.

Many babies born unexpectedly without a heartbeat can be successfully resuscitated in the delivery room.

Relatives of the mother have asked CID to investigate.

A post-mortem on the baby’s body will reportedly take place on Friday.

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