Passengers try to save dead baby on bus
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Stratford baby bus death: Passengers try to save baby

Parents who disguised the death of their baby by pretending she had died on a London bus have been convicted of causing or allowing her death.

Police have released CCTV from the number 25 bus in Stratford which shows Rosalin Baker being given a thumbs up by her partner Jeffrey Wiltshire as she boards.

Other passengers are then shown trying to save 16-week-old Imani after her mother said she suddenly became ill.

The 999 call made by a woman on the bus where she told an operator the baby was not breathing has also been issued by Scotland Yard.

Rosalin Baker, 25, and Jeffrey Wiltshire, 52, were acquitted of murdering their child.

  • 20 Apr
  • From the section London