Bug-Covered Baby Found In Bushes

Houston man finds abandoned newborn in the bushes covered with these

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"There's a hospital, not even a block down the road and if the mother was so anxious about the infant's safety she could've easily gone to drop off the baby", Coreas said.

A newborn baby was found outside a Houston apartment complex early Thursday covered in ants, according to multiple media reports.

"I heard something like a cat", Peterson told Channel 2 News. "You see her impressions on the ground".

KHOU 11 spoke to the man who discovered the infant and saved her life. She had a lot of strength too. The umbilical cord was still attached.

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"Bro, that's insane. Somebody left their baby out here".

Specialists revealed to KHOU that delegates took after a trail of blood that drove far from the youngster and to one of the lofts.

The Cypress Creek apartment complex resident heard the sound of a baby crying as he walked by a building. And when a couple finally did, they denied knowing anything about the child. Spencer said the mother admitted that she had given birth around midnight then carried the baby down to the bushes and left her there.

Investigators say the mother and another person are in custody and could face charges. Inside they discovered two individuals, including a 21-year-old lady who confessed to being the child's mom, as per KPRC.

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The child will be taken into temporary custody until a relative can be found to take care of the baby, a Child Protective Services spokesperson said.

Deputies urged people to remember that Texas' Safe Haven Law, also known as the Baby Moses Law, allows parents to surrender children younger than 60 days old at hospitals, fire stations or child welfare agencies. Despite everything that happened, she is listed in good condition.

"Without this neighbor, we could be looking at probably a whole different scene", said HCSO Deputy Thomas Gilliland. "It's a miracle the child was found".

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