Coroner issues warning over co-sleeping after two baby deaths

Two infant girls in northern Tasmania died as a result of co-sleeping with their respective parents, a coroner has ruled

The deaths of two baby girls in northern Tasmania were a result of co-sleeping with their respective parents, a coroner has ruled.

'Baby E' was five months old when she suffocated while in the same bed as her parents and four-year-old brother in May 2018.

In October of the same year, the mother of 'Baby I', who was about one month old, woke to find her daughter unresponsive after she fell asleep on a couch while feeding her.

Coroner Simon Cooper said both deaths were a stark and tragic

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