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Miracle Baby Rescued ALIVE From A Toilet Pipe After Being Flushed Away By Parents Who Didn’t Want Him

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People can be so heartless, how can you flush your baby way, it’s so inhuman!

Firefighters in eastern China rescued a newborn baby boy who was flushed down a sewage pipe.

Residents in the building in Jinhua raised the alarm after hearing a
child crying and rescue workers eventually found him directly beneath
the toilet commode. They cut away a section of the pipe and then took
the infant to the Pujiang County People’s Hospital where medics were
able to carefully remove the baby.(see photos below —VIEWERS’ DISCRETION ADVISED)

The abandoned child has been named Baby No 59 from the number of his incubator, according to reports
The firefighters worked quickly to dismantle the pipe and rescue the trapped youngster, who was heard wailing
Firefighters gently carried away the section of pipe that contained the terrified baby
Firefighters received a call from a landlady of a block of flats saying that she thought a baby was trapped in a toilet pipe in the building as she had heard it crying
People have angrily reacted to the news, demanding the parents be punished and denouncing their cruel act
The child is in a stable condition and the police are looking for his parents, Chinese state television reported
Doctors carefully cut around the sewage pipe to rescue the baby boy inside
Unbelievably, the baby survived the ordeal, which saw him having to be cut out of a pipe
At a public toilet on the fourth floor firefighters were able to hear faint cries and, exploring further, spotted a baby's foot deep inside the pipe
Harrowing: Firefighters work to free the unwanted baby from the pipe in Pujiang, Zhejiang Province, China
The newborn baby was rescued by firefighters after being flushed down a toilet
Nurses treat the baby, who was believed to be only a few days old when he was flushed away
Injured: A nurse said the baby boy - who weighs 6.2 pounds - suffered a fracture to his skull but is now in a stable condition
Staff at the Pujiang County People's Hospital in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, said well-wishers have visited the hospital with diapers, baby clothes and powered milk for the child
Staff at the Pujiang County People's Hospital in Jinhua, Zhejiang Province, said well-wishers have visited the hospital with diapers, baby clothes and powered milk for the child
Reunited: The baby boy's mother - believed to be a 22-year-old single woman - has been found and is said to be with her baby in hospital

The child, who was said to have a fractured skull and in a critical
condition when he arrived at the hospital, is now stable and being
nursed back to health. The 6.2 pound baby has been temporaily named
‘number 59′ after the number of his incubator

See what the baby mama had to say:
The 22-year-old mother
claimed she fell pregnant following a one night stand  – and then the
father of the baby boy abandoned her. She also said she could
not afford an abortion or cope with the stigma of being a single mum.

Chinese media said she went to the shared bathroom in a residential
complex when she felt abdominal cramps last Saturday and gave birth. But
she said the baby slipped into the sewer pipe and she was unable to
free him.

She also claimed she was the first to raise the initial alarm and
watched the entire two-hour rescue in secret.
The woman, a restaurant worker, reportedly confessed to being the
mother after officers found blood-stained tissues and toys in her room
and asked her to undergo a medical check.

‘The woman said she felt too embarrassed to call the police herself
as a single mother and feeling under societal pressure. Girls like her
can are easy targets for public criticism,’ the police officer added.

The woman said she had sex with a man and didn’t realize she was pregnant until early January.

She was too scared to tell her parents so hid her pregnancy by
wearing loose clothes and wrapping cloth tightly around her abdomen.

The man she claims is the father has denied it is his baby, according to media reports.

Video of the two-hour rescue of ‘Baby No 59’ – so named because of
his incubator number in the hospital – have been shown worldwide,
prompting both horror and an outpouring of charity on behalf of the
newborn.
Anyway, the baby boy has been released from the hospital and taken home by his maternal grandparents, police said.

The child’s mother is
still being treated at the hospital, but has been cooperating with the
investigation, Xiang Jiangsong, a police official, said Thursday.
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