http://abclocal.go.com/wabc/story?section=local&id=3556899 Infant Twin Boys Found Dead - What Happened? Detectives Focused On Baby Formula As Possible Cause East New York, Brooklyn -WABC, October 20, 2005) - Three-month-old twin brothers were discovered dead Thursday afternoon in Brooklyn. The twins were by all acounts happy, healthy and beautiful three-month old boys, but suddenly today, their mother couldn't wake them up. Now a medical examiner will try to determine what went wrong. Just moments ago, their distraught father holding his only surviving son in his arms, told us he has no idea why his twin boys are dead. Father: "We gave as much information as we can and they said they're investigating. I don't know what's going on. It's overwhelming." N.J. Burkett reported earlier that crime scene detectives and firefighters were at a loss for information. The twin infants died within minutes of one another with no outward indications of foul play. Paramedics were called to the home by the mother of the children and they were pronounced dead a short time later. http://www.newkerala.com/news.php?action=fullnews&id=39346 Soy mixture being probed in twins' deaths BROOKLYN, N.Y: New York police, investigating the deaths of 3-month-old twin boys in Brooklyn, are testing a soy milk mixture fed to the babies before their nap. The babies died Thursday, reports the New York Post. Their 21-year-old mother frantically called 911 after she couldn't rouse her sons, the report said. Neighbors said she ran out on the street with one child in her arms, wailing, "The baby's not moving! Not breathing!" The cause of death has not been determined and is pending results of an autopsy. Police questioned the parents and said the babies showed no signs of abuse. The soymilk mixture has been taken to a laboratory for testing. They also removed stocks of the soy milk and the cornmeal mixture from two nearby stores as a precaution.