Ten babies under the age of eight months have died suddenly in military housing at Fort Bragg since early 2007, and investigators haven't been able to figure out why. Officials don't suspect foul play, but are looking into environmental conditions, structural factors and hazardous materials as possible causes, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Two infant cousins died in the same house during a three-month span, and a third unrelated infant from that house died while at a babysitter's in nearby Fayetteville, North Carolina. Investigators have found no common link—other than location—between the deaths, all of which they believe can be attributed to sudden infant death syndrome.
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