Justin Michael Charles Sr., 23, reportedly injured Justin Michael Jr., Cambria County District Attorney Kelly Callihan reportedly said during a news conference.
“This was a baby-shaking incident,” Callihan said. “The child was shaken to the point where he became nonresponsive and could not breathe on his own.”
The baby’s mother reportedly returned home from a neighbor’s house on Dec. 21 to find him unresponsive.
“She assisted in trying to do CPR at the scene before (medics) arrived,” Callihan said.
The baby was reportedly taken to Johnstown’s Memorial Medical Center and airlifted to Children’s Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he died two days later after being removed from life support, she said.
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