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ME: Autopsy Inconclusive In Death Of Mexican Diplomat’s Son

Police Said Boy Had Bruising On Body The Night He Died
The East 32nd Street apartment building of a Mexican diplomat whose 4-month-old son died. (Credit: Glenn Schuck/1010 WINS)

The East 32nd Street apartment building of a Mexican diplomat whose 4-month-old son died. (Credit: Glenn Schuck/1010 WINS)

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The city’s office of the medical examiner believes that the death of the 4-month-old son of a Mexican diplomat was not a homicide, despite bruising on the child’s body, 1010 WINS reported.

The parents of little Eduardo Rocha Ovalle brought the boy to NYU Langone Medical Center in Manhattan late Tuesday night.

The boy was unconscious and unresponsive when he was brought to the hospital, police said. He was later pronounced dead.

Initial autopsy results were inconclusive about the cause of death, but they do not believe it was a homicide.

Police questioned the boy’s parents who were released from custody Wednesday.

No charges were filed.

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