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28.12.2015
BEIJING - Dramatic and graphic video emerged over the weekend from China showing a newborn baby boy being rescued from a sewage pipe.
The 5-pound infant was discovered by residents in Jinhua, in the eastern province of Zhejiang, when they heard cries coming out of a fourth floor squat toilet in a local apartment building. When the firefighters arrived on the scene they discovered a two-day old baby lodged in the piping below the toilet. The video shows firefighters and doctors taking apart the sewer pipe piece by piece under the newborn was finally revealed from inside. The incident has conjured up intense emotions on Chinese social media especially after the news this weekend of separate newborn discovered in a dumpster in Hebei province. In March China's Ministry of Civil Affairs released data indicating there are 9,394 orphans and abandoned babies across China being cared for by non-government affiliated agencies. The Chinese-language newsweekly MinSheng reported last year that 100,000 babies are estimated to have been abandoned each year in China. BEIJING -- A Chinese newborn who was rescued from a sewer pipe has been released to his family and his mother is unlikely to face criminal charges because authorities concluded he fell into the toilet after his birth accidentally, local officials and media reports said. The baby was released from a hospital to his maternal grandparents late Wednesday, while his 22-year-old mother remains under medical care, the state-run Jinhua Evening News reported, in an account confirmed Thursday by a local police official who declined to give his name.
The baby's stunning, two-hour rescue from a pipe underneath a squat toilet in Zhejiang province's Pujiang county captivated the world, prompting both horror and an outpouring of charity on his behalf. The mother initially raised the alarm about the baby when he got stuck Saturday in a pipe just below a squat toilet in a public restroom of a residential building, but she had cleaned the room of signs of a fresh birth and did not immediately come forward as the mother, officials have been quoted as saying. She admitted she was the mother two days later when confronted by police who found baby toys and blood-stained tissues in her apartment, the reports said.
Police later concluded that the incident was an accident and that the woman did not initially come forward because she was frightened, but that she later started telling the truth, the Jinhua Evening News and a Pujiang county propaganda official said.
A man tracked down by police who is believed to be the baby's father has requested a paternity test and -- if the baby is his -- is willing to help support the child, said the Pujiang official, who declined to give his name, as is customary among Chinese officials.


Officials have not publicly released the names of anyone connected with the case, which has raised discussion over China's lack of proper education about sex, birthing and contraception in many schools.
Duan Wanjin, a criminal lawyer based in Xi'an, said local police erred in not prosecuting the mother. Sociologist Li Yinhe said the only mistake by the woman was not to immediately admit the baby was hers.
The woman told police she got pregnant after a brief affair with the man, hid her pregnancy from family and neighbours, and secretly delivered the child Saturday in a rental building's restroom. Firefighters who arrived at the rental building found the infant trapped in an L-shaped section of sewage pipe just below the squat toilet in one of the building's shared restrooms.
In video footage, officials were shown removing the pipe from a ceiling that apparently was just below the restroom and then, at the hospital, using pliers and saws to gently pull apart the pipe, which was about 10 centimetres in diameter.
The baby, who weighed 2.8 kilograms, had a low heart rate and some minor abrasions on his head and limbs, but was mostly uninjured, according to local reports. In this Tuesday, May 28, 2013 photo, the baby who was rescued after being trapped in a sewage pipe moments after his birth, lies in an incubator at a hospital in Pujiang county in east China's Zhejiang province.
A baby who was rescued after being trapped in a sewage pipe just below a squat toilet in a public building, lies on a bed at a hospital in Jinhua city, eastern China, May 25, 2013. The feet of a newborn baby boy are seen in a toilet bowl where he was stuck in Pujiang in east China's Zhejiang province, Saturday May 25, 2013. Firefighters in eastern China have rescued an abandoned newborn baby boy lodged in a sewage pipe directly beneath a toilet commode, state television reported, in a case which has sparked anger on social media sites. There are frequent reports in Chinese media of babies being abandoned, often shortly after birth, a problem attributed variously to young mothers unaware they were pregnant, the birth of an unwanted girl in a society which puts greater value on boys or China's strict family planning rules. In the latest case the infant was found in the sewage pipe in a residential building in Jinhua in the wealthy coastal province of Zhejiang on Saturday afternoon after residents reported the sound of a baby crying, state television said late on Monday. The child is in a stable condition and the police are looking for his parents, state television added.


A newborn baby boy was rescued from a sewage pipe in a Chinese apartment building after becoming stuck down a toilet, local police said Tuesday, in a case that provoked a shocked online reaction. The mother of the baby, 22 and unmarried, hid her pregnancy from neighbours for fear of being ostracised, a police officer in Jinhua in the eastern province of Zhejiang, told AFP. After attempts to pull the baby out of the toilet failed, the rescuers resorted to sawing off a whole section of piping containing the baby and brought it to the neighboring hospital. State media reports said that the boy's umbilical cord and placenta was still attached at the time. The police initially treated the case as a possible attempted homicide, but now are unlikely to file criminal charges, the newspaper and the official said.
Unwanted pregnancies have been on the rise because of an increasingly lax attitude toward premarital sex. He said she could be charged with attempted homicide for not immediately calling for help after the newborn became stuck. She said the infant accidentally slipped into the squat toilet and -- after cleaning up the scene -- raised the alarm. Firefighters had to remove the pipe and take it to a nearby hospital, where doctors carefully cut around it to rescue the baby boy inside, the report said. The case has been widely discussed on China's Twitter-like service Sina Weibo due to the graphic nature of the footage, with calls for the parents to be severely punished.



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