Heath visitor had ‘never been so concerned’ about releasing baby to parents accused of killing her

A doctor was deeply concerned about the ‘aggressive and volatile’ behaviour of the mother of a ten-week-old baby girl who was later killed by her parents, a court heard. Lily-Mai Saint George died from a serious head injury and had also suffered 18 rib fractures, two fractures in her leg and severe bruising. Lauren Saint George and Darren Hurrell, both 25, allegedly shook their ten-week-old daughter to death eight days after she was released into their care against the advice…

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