South London paramedic baby murder trial jury sent home

The jury in the trial of a paramedic accused of murdering his baby son have been sent home.

Three-month-old Charlie Gibbs died in hospital from a brain injury in October 2008, the Old Bailey heard.

Prosecutors alleged his father Gavin, 41, caused non-accidental injuries to both Charlie and his twin sister.

Mr Gibbs, of Erith, south-east London, said he tried to resuscitate Charlie after he collapsed. He denies murder and causing grievous bodily harm.

The jury will return on Thursday.

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