Monday, May 27, 2013

OMG! Thank God He was found!Newborn rescued from sewage pipe!

Thank God people heard the baby crying and they were able to locate him in the sewer pipe alive!! How cruel and evil can people be. Of course this is China where forced abortions are common and families are limited to two children each unless given permission to have another. This was a little boy, which are considered wanted in China where gendercide is common among female infants, but not if you already have two children. How sad that anyone could do something like this to hide their pregnancy/newborn and leave them for dead. May he live a long and healthy life and find a loving,forever family despite having to grow up in China.
Firefighters were called on to rescue a newborn baby trapped in a sewer pipe in China on Saturday. (Source: CCTV/CNN)
Hawaii News Now - KGMB and KHNL
WSMV Channel 4:
Updated: May 27, 2013 11:10 AM

CHINA (CCTV/CNN) - Firefighters in east China's Zhejiang Province rescued a newborn infant from sewage pipe on Saturday afternoon.
The infant was found in the toilet sewage pipe in a residential building in the city of Jinhua.
Residents in the building reported to firefighting department that they heard baby crying in the toilet of the fourth floor.
Local firefighters soon rushed to the site to rescue the infant, who was later found, a newborn boy with his placenta uncut.
After cutting down the sewage pipe, firefighters sent the infant, still covered by the pipe, to the nearest Pujiang County Hospital where they took away the pipe piece by piece with the help of doctors, using a saw and pincer pliers.
The rescue operation took almost an hour. And the infant is now in stable condition.

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Wow! What a story. I hope the family size limitations and laws change for the benefit of the innocent, helpless children.

"All work and no play makes mommy a disgruntled chick."

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