Baby sent to hospital, male barricades himself inside home: Hamilton police

Hamilton police say that they have entered the Mountain home where a male has barricaded himself after a baby was sent to hospital early this morning. 

Just before 3:30 am on Wednesday, police were alerted that a "child under the age of 2" was injured at a home in the area of Rymal Road E and Trinity Church Road.

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