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Phoenix Toddler Crushed to Death After TV Falls on Her

A 3-year-old Phoenix girl died yesterday after she was crushed by a television at her parent's home.

In a press release, Phoenix police say the girl pulled a 27-inch television off of its stand in her home near 64th Avenue and Flower Street.

When police arrived at the home, the girl's 17-year-old parents were performing CPR on the her but were unsuccessful in reviving her.

Phoenix police continued CPR until fire personnel arrived on the scene and took the girl to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Police say the incident appears to be a "tragic accident" but that an investigation is under way.

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