Plymouth police continue to investigate after a girl was found unresponsive in town of Sunday and pronounced dead at the hospital.
Police received a report of an unresponsive girl under the age of 18 at 211 Main Street, a building with stores and apartments, in the Terryville section of Plymouth at 9:05 a.m. on Sunday.
Officers responded and an ambulance transported the girl to Bristol Hospital, where she was pronounced dead, according to police.
The medical examiner conducted an autopsy on Monday and the cause of death has not been determined.
Police have not said whether they believe foul play was involved and the girl's name and age have not been released.
"Any death for a child is terrible," said Kris Nass, who lives in town. "But to not know what happened, to not know if it's natural causes, to not know was it violent? Did somebody break into that child's room like you hear on the news all the time? So that we can be prepared, to watch, to see what's going on in town."
The State Police Western District Major Crimes Squad also responded to the scene and continues to investigate.
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