Funeral Saturday for twin infants found dead in NJ home
LINDENWOLD — The infants found dead in a South Jersey apartment will be laid to rest on Saturday.
The twin 7-month-old sisters, identified as Jessenia and Juliana Rodriguez-Garnett in an obituary posted on the Ora L. Wooster Funeral Home website, will be laid to rest Saturday at noon with a viewing beforehand.
The girls' parents were identified as Alexandria Garnett and Daniel Rodriguez, who both list their status on their respective Facebook pages as single.
The obituary also indicates that the Garnett and Rodriquez each have two other children.
Garrnett found the twins unresponsive on Wednesday morning and during a 911 call told the operator “My twins are like purple, they’re not breathing." The operator had her perform chest compressions on the infants before police and EMTs arrived less than five minutes later.
Camden County Prosecutor Mary Eva Colalillo has not released additional information about the incident and no charges have been filed. Spokeswoman Alexandria McVeigh said Colalillo is still waiting on forensic test results, and the investigation is ongoing.
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