Baby with umbilical cord still attached found in middle of California road

Baby with umbilical cord still attached found in middle of California road

Baby with umbilical cord still attached found in middle of California road

"Just before 4:00 a.m this morning, while on his route, a local newspaper carrier found a newborn baby girl lying in the middle of the road", California Highway Patrol's Central Division said Monday.

'It was just an bad situation seeing the baby right there.

The unidentified man told the mother to take her child to the fire station or a nearby children's hospital - but the women just drove away. Baby was squirming and you could hear it screaming too through the auto.

Fuentes, 21, initially thought the newborn was an animal, or perhaps a toy. He saw that it was a baby dressed in a onesie without a diaper and lying on its back. In an "awful, chilling, moment" came the realization: Fuentes was looking at a newborn baby girl wearing only a onesie with temperatures at "30 degrees, maybe even less".

Aurelio Fuentes, who found the infant, said he heard her crying and screaming. "OK, you know, this is a baby".

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When California Highway Patrol Officer Alfred Madina arrived on the scene, he wrapped the baby in a blanket. Although the baby is in good condition, she was admitted to the NICU. This female got out of her auto, asked the man if he could help her and asked him to take her child. The pair put the infant in the woman's vehicle where the heating was on, and discovered the uncut umbilical cord.

The baby was taken to the nearest hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.

The incident rattled Fuentes, who was unable to stop thinking about what fate may have befallen the newborn girl had he not rescued her, with coyotes known to prowl the area.

'Parents or persons with lawful custody can safely surrender an infant within 72 hours of birth, with no questions asked, at designated safe drop-off sites.

The surrendered babies are given medical treatment if needed, then placed in a foster or pre-adoptive home.

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