Sunday, 29 November 2015

Newborn baby buried alive rescued by Police in Los Angeles

A newborn baby girl buried alive near a California riverbed was rescued after a worried passerby heard her muffled cries.
The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, found the baby who was buried alive on Friday evening near a riverbed located between 136th Street and Slater Avenue, in the city of Compton, California.
On Friday, November 27, 2015, around 4:00 PM, Compton Sheriff’s Station ...received a call for service stating people heard a baby crying in the riverbed, which travels north and south, between 136th Street and Slater Avenue, in the city of Compton. Deputies Perry and Collette responded to the call and canvassed the area. As they searched, deputies heard a baby’s muffled cry and located a newborn baby girl buried alive under pieces of asphalt and rubble inside a crevice located along the bike path.
Deputies removed the pieces of asphalt and debris and rescued the baby from the crevice. The baby was wrapped in a blanket and cold to the touch. They checked her vital signs and called for paramedics. The baby was medically triaged at the scene by the Compton Fire Department.

Thereafter, she was transported to a local hospital where she is currently listed in stable condition and will remain at the hospital for observation.

She is believed to have been born within the last 36 to 48 hours.

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