Authorities say a baby who was reported to be unresponsive at a Binghamton residence died after being taken to a hospital.

According to a Binghamton Police Department news release issued Tuesday afternoon, patrol officers and fire medics were sent to Stuyvesant Street shortly before 8:30 a.m. Sunday. A person who called 911 advised dispatchers of an unresponsive infant child.

Police said the baby was transported to Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City, where the child was pronounced dead.

The investigation is continuing. People with information may contact the police detective bureau at (607) 772-7080.

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