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Tonbridge: Inquest set to open after baby Bailey Smyth-Osborne dies in Walter's Farm Road

By Claire McWethy

A newborn baby has tragically died at a home in Tonbridge.

A large number of paramedics and an air ambulance were called to an address in Walter's Farm Road yesterday morning.

Tragically the infant, Bailey Smyth-Osborne, who was just less than three-weeks old, could not be revived. 

The scene at Walters Farm Road, Tonbridge. Picture @hmsstrongbow

The scene at Walters Farm Road, Tonbridge. Picture: @hmsstrongbow

The air ambulance landed nearby. Picture @hmsstrongbow

The air ambulance landed nearby. Picture: @hmsstrongbow

He was born to parents Marina Smyth and Michael Osborne on November 16, weighing 7lb 8oz.

The cause of his death is not yet known but an inquest is expected to be opened by the coroner for North West Kent.

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