2 baby triplets found dead in crib morning after ‘Wellness Visit’


Our hearts are breaking right now for single mother Sarah Owens, 29, who found two of her five-month-old baby boys not breathing ( sources say already deceased) in their crib Saturday morning. She had taken them to the local clinic on Friday, the day before, for a scheduled wellness visit.

Initially, carbon monoxide poisoning was suspected for the deaths but it has since been ruled out by police.. However, authorities are carrying out tests and having post-mortems done on the sweet babies, Charlie and Noah. They are survived by their last brother alive, Ethan.

“A South Wales Police spokesman said: ‘At 10.05am emergency services attended an address in the Wildmill area of Bridgend to a report of two young children, two of triplets, who were found not breathing.

The five month old children were conveyed to hospital where tragically they were later pronounced deceased.

A file is due to be prepared for Glamorgan coroner Andrew Barkley and an inquest is expected to be opened next week.” 1

One of Sarah’s friends said the young mother dearly loved and doted on her boys. The family is absolutely devastated.

A Go Fund Me has been set up by the children’s Godmother. If you are able to help, please do. Our hearts and thoughts are with Sarah and her remaining son, Ethan.


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Sources and References

  1. Daily Mail, September 23, 2017.

Disclaimer: This article is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.