The two people arrested in connection with the death of four year old Poppy Widdison have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
The 34-year-old woman and the 36-year-old man were both arrested by police on Sunday after Poppy was admitted to Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby with serious injuries. She was later transferred to Sheffield Childrens Hospital where she died.
Police say the cause of her death still remains unexplained but they have revealed that the little girl did suffer a cardiac arrests but that she did not die of a heart attack.
The investigation into the death of four year old Poppy Widdison is still very much on going and a number of enquiries are still being made. This is currently a criminal investigation which is very much on going and the two people, who were arrested have been bailed in connection with criminal matters. Our investigations are continuing, and at this time we are not looking to make any further arrests in connection with the death of Poppy Widdison
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