A child was found in a cardboard box Alaska, To us, With the note that the mother explained that she could not feed her baby by herself.
Alaska State Police found the abandoned child around 2:00 a.m. yesterday. New Year. According to the National Weather Service, the temperature at that time was in the single digits with an air cooling of -12.
The baby was discovered by a resident of Fairbanks, who posted the video on social media. The baby was wrapped in blankets with a note, The New York Post reported.
“Please help !!! (…) I was born today, December 31, 2021, at 6.00 am, 12 weeks earlier. My mother was 28 weeks old when I was born. My parents and grandparents had no food or money to raise me. They do not want me to do this, ”the note said.
“My mother is very upset about doing this,” the note continued. “Please take me and find a loving family. My parents beg whoever finds me. My name is Teshan ”.
Emergency medical services took the child to a local hospital and he was in good health, state police said.
A resident who discovered the newborn described the discovery near a row of mailboxes next to his house.
“I process my feelings throughout the day and explore different situations and reasons, with my boyfriend and my family, why something like this happened,” he wrote, “parents were young and did not know about certain existence. Laws in Alaska.
Located in the state of North America a Safe asylum law, which allows parents to donate their unwanted children to a local hospital, church, police station or fire station.
“Clearly, someone in our community felt very lost and hopeless. They may have made the hardest decision in their lives to leave that innocent life on the side of the road, but with nothing but a few blankets and a name.” But she named it! Even if he makes a terrible decision, there is little love there.Wrote in the post Roxy Lane, Resident of Fairbanks, Alaska.
“Today I saved a baby and for the rest of my life I will think of Teshan,” he concluded.
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