detectives in England say they have a major break in a horrifying serial murder case I suspect is now being held on suspicion of murdering 8 babies and attempting to kill 6 more Thomas Deck with a story today police in the north of England were called in to investigate last year when Hospital officials reported a higher than normal rate of deaths in a neonatal unit authorities started looking into the deaths of 15 babies which occurred between June twenty teen in June 2016 this is at the Countess of Chester Hospital in Cheshire County south of Liverpool today police there have arrested a woman they described as a healthcare professional in connection with the debts of eight babies attempted murder of another 6 detective inspector Paul Hughes is in charge of the investigation with Cheshire police he hasn’t taken questions about how the babies died but they didn’t post this video statement online this arrest this morning will obviously pay a Fusion parts to parents and families and it’s important to remember that they out the hearts at this inquiry all the parents are being supported by specially trained offices and I’ve been informed of our actions so far police say their investigation is still ongoing and they have no clear timeline as to when it may wrap up in fact they have widened their investigation now too focused on the depths of 17 babies in total as well as another 15 babies who fell ill and needed Urgent Care the woman arrested remains in custody and police are not releasing her name for now Thomas tags CBC News LondonA health-care worker has been arrested on suspicion of murdering 8 babies and trying to kill another 6 at the Countess of Chester Hospital neonatal unit in northwest England.
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