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Genetic disorder causes Louisiana girl's death at Six Flags

A 7-month-old girl who stopped breathing at Six Flags and later died Monday had a genetic disorder that affects the brain, according to the Tarrant County medical examiner's Web site.

Kaitlynn Foret, of Harvey, La., died at Arlington Memorial Hospital shortly before 7:30 p.m. Monday. The girl was taken to the hospital after she stopped breathing at the Arlington amusement park.

She died of complications of Joubert Syndrome with Dandy Walker Malformation, according to the Web site.

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