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Argentine hospital blamed after "dead" baby found alive


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Thu, 12 Apr 2012 04:51:37 +0000

Argentine hospital blamed after "dead" baby found alive
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - A mother whose newborn baby was found alive in an Argentine morgue 12 hours after being declared dead on Wednesday blamed hospital negligence for the near-fatal mistake. Doctors told Analia Bouter that her baby was stillborn when she gave birth in Argentina's northern Chaco province on April 3. But when she and her husband pried open the coffin inside the refrigerated morgue, they found the baby breathing. "We knelt down and thanked God for this miracle," Bouter told reporters. "The doctor always treated the baby as if she were dead ... ...

Poor baby. Such a sad story. Glad to see that they found their baby alive and not give up.

Thu, 12 Apr 2012 04:53:29 +0000

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