Sudden, Unexplained, Dead 

Why is Spokane's unexplained infant death rate twice that of the rest of the state?

When Liz Montgomery’s son Mason was born healthy on Nov. 4, 2002, in the tiny, rural North Idaho town of Avery, she felt thrilled and lucky. She never expected, five and a half months later to see her baby boy on…

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