Video : A baby dumped in soil and garbage, the condition will make you cry


Video : A baby dumped in soil and garbage, the condition will make you cryVideo : A baby dumped in soil and garbage, the condition will make you cry -  Residents in Indramayu, West Java, surprised by the discovery of a baby boy. The discovery of a baby in a septic tank is caught on camera and the video is uploaded on Virzi Brisnay's Facebook account on Tuesday, August 8, 2017.

In the account, the baby was found in the Nambo area in a box-shaped hole that had not been used for a long time.

Unexpectedly, from the hole was heard the sound of baby crying. It happened on Sunday, August 6, 2017, in Nambo, Gantar Village, Gantar Sub-district, Indramayu District.

The baby was first discovered in a septic tank of an empty house.

"There are people who hear like a crying baby, I am with other people finally go into empty house," said Ajay, a resident of Gantar Village, Indramayu District, Monday, August 7, 2017.

After they are looking for that sound, that voice is comes from the septic tank in the empty house.

A resident went down the hole to lift the debris and search for the origin of the sound. Apparently there is a baby behind a pile of garbage and the ground is only a cloth.

The baby who kept crying then evacuated out of the septic tank. His condition is dirty. The residents clean the baby's face from dirt and soil that still attached.

When found, the baby was in a wound condition on the right side of the head.

Ajay along with other residents immediately took the baby to the midwife in the local village for examination.

"After being taken to the midwife, we take it to the Haurgeulis Health Center to be able to refer to Bhayangkara Hospital, we also directly report to the police," he said.

Police Chief Indramayu, AKBP Arif Fajarudin said, until now it is still investigating who the baby was the baby.

"The baby is survived and get intensive care in hospital," he said.

Police have done crime scene in empty house where the baby is thrown away. Police also plan to do DNA tests to find the perpetrators of the baby's disposal.



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