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Cleveland infant killed by family dog

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

A 2-week-old infant died Friday night after being bit by a family dog.

The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's office has identified the child as Sophia Booth. 

According to Cleveland Police, the incident occurred at 13304 Carrington Ave.

Sophia was rushed to MetroHealth Hospital, and passed away.

The dog was taken to a local kennel.

Police are on-scene and investigating.

Authorities have not yet released the dog's breed. 

Return to Cleveland 19 for more on this developing story.

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