We now know a little more about the case of the two babies found in the freezer at the home of a woman, in Bédoin, in the Vaucluse.

According to

La Provence

, the autopsy carried out this Monday morning at the forensic institute of Nîmes determined that the two babies were indeed viable at birth and therefore died after birth.

The forensic doctors also established the sex of the two very young victims: they were two girls, born several years ago, a year apart, from two different fathers.

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