Chilling new update after three children found dead in one day at Camp Lejeune with shock age of kids revealed

ONE of the kids that died at a Marine Corps training base last month was just four months old, according to reports.

A baby boy, and two sisters, four and six, were found dead at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina on April 16.

The siblings passed away at their parents’ home in the Berkeley Manor housing area. They haven't been named.

It remains unknown how the baby boy died, WITN reported.

His cause of death has been listed as “pending”, according to a death certificate obtained by the outlet.

The baby passed away at his parents’ home in Midway Park. His name has not been revealed.

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Officials said the victims died on two separate occasions.

A Naval Criminal Investigative Service spokesman confirmed no one has yet been charged in connection with the deaths on the base.

They said: "Out of respect for the investigative process, NCIS does not comment on or confirm details relating to ongoing investigations."

But, officials have confirmed no gun was involved.

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GOP lawmaker Greg Murphy, who represents North Carolina’s 3rd congressional district, called for transparency amid the investigation.

He said: “I understand investigations that are ongoing, they need to be given clearance to be able to do their job… but also transparency with the public about actually what’s going on, so that God forbid if something were like this to ever happen again, we could prevent it before it ever does.”

Maj. Matt Finnerty, of the US Marine Corps, said the base offered its deepest condolences to the families of those affected, according to McClatchy News.

In January, two Marine Corps were killed near the military base.

Lance Cpl. Jonathan Gierke, 19, and Pcf. Zachary W. Riffle, 18 died after their military vehicle rolled over.

The 2nd Marines Logistics Group confirmed that a total of 17 other people had been injured.

MCB Camp Lejeune, which has been used since 1941, has 14 miles of beach that are used for amphibious assault training.

Between 1953-87, people living or working at the base were potentially exposed to toxic water.

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Toxins included trichloroethylene, benzene, and perchloroethylene and the concentration of the water was between 240-3400 times higher than the level allowed by safety standards at the time.

Decades later, scientists linked possible exposure to toxic water to diseases such as kidney cancer, leukemia, and liver cancer.

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