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CALGARY -- Three adults and two children, aged four and six, were found dead in a Calgary home Wednesday morning, a scene that left veteran police officers visibly upset.
But amid the carnage that confronted emergency personnel was a one-year-old girl, crying but alive and unharmed.
"She's doing very well," said Inspector Frank Reuser, his voice shaking as he spoke about the crime scene. "She's doing a lot better than me."
Insp. Reuser was seen putting a baby carrier believed to contain the girl into the back of a grey four-door sedan. She was handed over to social services until it could be determined whether there were relatives who could take care of her.
Late Wednesday, Calgary Police Chief Rick Hanson said the situation was being treated as a domestic homicide.