Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting
Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting

Police suspect foul play in the case of two-year-old girl 'shaken to death'

The girl died this morning after being brought to a Tai Po hospital two days ago.

Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting
Dr Chan Yee-shing said the blood seeping out the girl's eye indicated she might have suffered a skull fracture, possibly caused by very intense shaking. The girl's father is taken away by police officers for investigation. Photo: Commercial Broadcasting
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