In Indiana, Abigail Johnson died from a head injury. The Vanderburgh County coroner ruled her death a homicide. Abigail was just four months old when she died. On Thursday Abigail was taken emergently to Saint Mary’s Medical Center for complaints she was not breathing. The autopsy revealed multiple blunt force injuries to her head and evidence of three healing fractures. There have been no charges filed in this case yet.
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