Newborn baby found dumped in bin

Reports say that a newborn baby boy was found in a garden trash bin with his umbilical cord still attached.

A newborn baby was found unresponsive and crying in a wheelie-bin. His umbilical cord was still attached.

The tiny boy was reportedly found in Grimsby’s brown garden waste bin on Sunday at 5:05pm. The Sun reports.

A neighbor claimed to have heard the child crying from the bin, and found it among the grass cuttings. Grimsby Live reports.

Paramedics arrived on the scene in a matter of minutes and were assisted by cops who surrounded the area.

The baby’s mum has since been traced and both she and the tot were taken to hospital for checks.

They are being cared for now by the relevant authorities.

One resident said Grimsby Live: “The mum must have been too young to understand or did not want anyone to know she was pregnant.

“We only hope she gets the care she needs [for her] and her baby.”

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Following the Sunday shock finding, at least four police cars were rushed along with two ambulances to the quiet family estate.

Officers were also seen knocking on doors to interview residents.

A spokesperson for East Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We received a call at 4.58pm on June 19, to a private address in Grimsby.

“The caller reported a medical emergency. We sent two crewed ambulances and two patients were taken to Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital.”

Humberside Police claimed they could not provide more information than the one provided. Grimsby LiveSunday

That statement read: “Officers are in attendance at a property on Winchester Avenue following reports of concerns for safety earlier this evening (Sunday 19 June).

“Assistance has been provided to those concerned. There are no issues or risks to the wider community.”

This article was originally published in The SunIt was reproduced with permission.


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