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August 22, 2019

Newborn deserted on rural California road just hours after being born

February 13, 2019
An hours-old baby, pictured with California Highway Patrol Officer Alfred Medina, was rescued from a California road early Monday morning. (California Highway Patrol)

A California newspaper carrier discovered an hours-old baby girl early Monday after she had been abandoned in the middle of the road.

The worker picked up the newborn, who was dressed in just a soiled onesie with temperatures below 30 degrees, around 4 a.m. and called 911, according to California Highway Patrol.


The baby was transported to Valley Children’s Hospital and was doing well.

The Madera County Sheriff’s Office is looking for a suspect described as a Hispanic woman, possibly in her early 20s, who left the scene in a small white SUV.

Authorities urged anyone with information to call 559-675-7770.

According to California’s safe surrender law, parents or anyone with custody of an infant within 72 hours of his or her birth can surrender the child at a designated drop-off site, typically a hospital or fire station, without any questions.

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