Newborn Found In A Grocery Bag Makes Remarkable Recovery

As liberals push to devalue human life, we hear of increasingly tragic stories involving children.

They try to convince society that babies are only allowed to live if the mother “chooses” them to, swaying the masses into thinking children are disposable.

Recently, a newborn baby girl was found in the most unlikely of places, fighting for her life alone and scared.

ABC News reported:

Georgia authorities are searching for information after they say an abandoned newborn girl was found alive in a plastic grocery bag.”

Someone put a crying newborn baby in a plastic bag! The same bags that we don’t even let our children play with for fear of an accident.

It is a miracle the little girl was positioned in such a way that she didn’t have her airways blocked off, and Forsyth County Sheriff Ron Freeman agrees, calling it “divine intervention.

According to Freeman, the baby was discovered along a road late at night by a nearby resident who could hear the cries.

The residents then called 911, resulting in local authorities rushing to the scene.

ABC News reports that Freeman knew the baby couldn’t have been born but a few hours before her discovery:

It was obvious that the baby was a newborn. We believe within hours of our discovery that the baby had been born.”

After being brought to the hospital, those involved in her rescue got incredible news.

The baby who was seemingly left to die was “surprisingly” in “good condition”!

Now, the next move is to try and locate the people responsible for this heinous and heartbreaking act.

We want to understand and find out how this baby was abandoned,” Freeman said. “Thirty-two years, this is the first one I’ve had of an abandoned child in this manner.”

In a loving response by the residents in the area, many have come forward to try and adopt the little girl, sheriff’s office spokeswoman Deputy Jenny Belafi said.

The state has laws that allow for the safe surrender of newborns, leaving many to wonder why this option wasn’t used by the birthing mother.

The Sheriff brought the Safe Haven Law to the public’s attention to hopefully prevent this type of situation from ever occurring again. ABC News reports:

Georgia Safe Haven Law allows a mother up to 30 days after the birth of an infant to drop that infant off at a hospital, a fire station, a police station, a sheriff’s station. And as long as they turn it over to a person, a live human being, they cannot be charged with abandonment, cruelty to children. It is a way to make sure that a child like this is safely cared for.”

The little girl has been affectionately named India for the time being and is currently with the Department of Children and Family Services.

Tragically, this is not the first time a baby was left on the side of the road, as Mommy Underground has previously reported, but hopefully, it will be the last.

All 50 states in the US have some form of a Safe Haven law, where a baby under 30 days old is allowed to be dropped off at either a fire station, police station, or hospital with no questions asked.

These specialized boxes are heated and locked after the baby is placed in them, sounding an alarm for the baby to be rescued.

The Chicago Tribune reported last year that two babies were left in Safe Haven boxes at fire stations in Indiana within a few months.

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As more women are made aware of the Safe Haven boxes, and how the individual dropping off the baby was not questioned, more babies may be spared the harsh treatment of being uncared for.

After the baby is dropped off at a specified Safe Haven location, the mother has up to 30 days to claim her baby back, assuming the medical exam showed no signs of abuse.

Texas was the first state to adopt what they called the “Baby Moses Law” in 1999, with the rest of the nation following closely behind.

With all the options granted to mothers who do not wish to keep their children after birth, it is extremely heartbreaking to hear of something so barbaric.

It will certainly be no time at all before the precious little girl left in a grocery bag is adopted by a loving family who couldn’t wait to have a baby to care for.

Please let us know in the comments section what you think of little India’s situation, and how depraved society must be to commit such an act.




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