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06 March 2014 :: 07:03:18 am 82853

Heartless Mother Leaves New Born Behind Toilet After Giving Birth

A heartless mother left her new born child behind a restroom of a construction site after giving birth. Luckily, the newborn cried so loud that locals found it. The police rushed to find the mother on the construction site.
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PATTAYA – March 5, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]: At 2:30 pm , Pol.Capt.Pitak Nernsang, detective officer of Pattaya police station was notified that there was a newborn that had been left on a construction site camp, of Powerline company, soi Phratomnak 3, moo 10, Nongprue, Banglamung. The police rushed to the scene with the rescuers from Sawangboriboon Thammasathan foundation Pattaya.

At the construction site in the area of the toilets the police found a newborn male with his cord still attached. His body had lots of scratches so the rescuers gave him the first aid and sent him to Banglamung hospital. In the toilets nearby the police found lots of blood stains from which they believe was where the mother gave birth.

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Upon questioning Mrs.Sawang Shueakamhod, 56 year old camp keeper, she said that she heard the sound of baby crying in the toilet, so she sent her son to check it out and found that there was a baby inside so she called the police. They expect the baby is from a Cambodian worker because the camp keeper seen her walk out of the toilet and then she disappeared into the camp.

The Banglamung hospital doctor assisted the child said he was a healthy weight around 2 kg, and had some scratches on his body, but overall he was in a good state of health.
Capt. Pitak Nernsang, said that after checking the camp he couldn’t find the mother so he told all the workers to call the police if they see her. However the police will follow up any leads her locate her so she can be questioned further about this heartless incident.

Reporter : Amnoychai Malila   Photo : Amnoychai Malila   Category : Crime News

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