Baby rescued from storm water drain

Baby rescued from storm water drain

Following a nail-biting three-hour rescue mission, Garreth Jamieson of Rescue care confirmed that the little girl was alive and stable.

The baby was washed six metres down the storm water drain.

"Durban fire department has been down the manhole and has visuals of the actual baby quite far down the pipe".

The naked baby can be heard screaming as she is brought out into the sunlight and gently placed into a towel held by a paramedic.

Resident, Barbara Cox (53) said she first heard about the discovery of the baby just after 6am and rushed to the busy rescue scene.

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The baby was found to be suffering from mild hypothermia when she was freed.

Emergency services quickly descended on the scene and following a lengthy operation - which saw them dig down to the pipe, cut it open and pull the baby out - managed to rescue her.

Police are investigating the matter.

A newborn baby girl was rescued from a stormwater drain in South Africa on Monday (Feb. 11) after being stuck for several hours.

He added that the child will now be transferred to a different hospital where social services will look after her future welfare. "The community was very helpful and supportive which we are also grateful for".

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