Newborn baby rescued from underground storm drain in Durban

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We would like to congratulate the rescue personnel and paramedics who worked together to rescue this little girl today. "I thought no, it sounds like a kitty cat and I looked further down and saw it was a baby", said Lovedale. "But from a medical point of view, things are looking good", he said.

Emergency services were called after neighbours heard the infant's cries coming from the drain and rescuers spent three hours attempting to reach the girl before pulling her out safely.

According to residents, a taxi driver is said to have spotted a young girl sitting on the drain with a pad during the early hours of the morning, prior to the baby being discovered.

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He added:' It is great news she has been rescued and she is now in a stable condition so a great ending for all the rescuers and personnel and paramedics who did this.

Doctor Timothy Hardcastle treats a baby in hospital after she was rescued from a storm water pipe in Durban, South Africa, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019.

"The Fire Department has seen the baby moving and they are trying to get to the baby". "The baby has now been transferred to a step down hospital".