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Bangkok Police Discover a Newborn Baby Abandoned On a Road Next to Forest

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(CTN News) – This morning, a newborn baby boy was discovered abandoned in Bangkok.

At 8 am, Khlong Toei district deputy director Police Lieutenant Colonel Phongsathorn Lueapcharoen received word that a child had been abandoned in Soi Sukhumvit 36, sub-soi 3 in Khlong Tan.

Rescue volunteers assisted the authorities as they looked into the matter.

Newborn Baby Boy Discovered in Bangkok

A one-day-old male child was discovered by the officers on a gravel road next to a forest. The infant was sobbing loudly, was wrapped in a pink cloth, and still had its umbilical cord attached.

According to Sanook, the infant’s face was covered with mosquito bites and he appeared to be hungry.

In order to provide medical help and transfer the infant to the Police Hospital for additional care, the authorities contacted Erawan Emergency Medical Service.

An initial interview was performed with Na, a woman of 18 years old.

She asserted that the baby was wailing in close proximity to a four-door Isuzu pickup truck early one morning as she was heading to the soi entrance to buy groceries.

She found the infant with insect bites on his face, who also had a worried appearance. Before calling the police to look into it, she ran back to her home to grab a towel to cover the baby’s face.

After the finding, the authorities saw to it that the infant received medical attention at the authorities Hospital.

In addition, as part of the ongoing investigation, they want to look through footage from multiple CCTV cameras positioned across the soi to find and speak with the mother of the child.

Abandoned newborns common in Thailand

Tragically, this is not the first instance in Thailand when a newborn child has been discovered abandoned.

A newborn infant was discovered in a garbage can in a middle-class Pattaya neighbourhood in November of last year. While walking his dog in the morning, a man came across a healthy baby boy.

The infant boy was sobbing loudly and was covered in tissue paper and a plastic bag. The infant was taken to a medical facility.

Arsi Mughal is a staff writer at CTN News, delivering insightful and engaging content on a wide range of topics. With a knack for clear and concise writing, he crafts articles that resonate with readers. Arsi's pieces are well-researched, informative, and presented in a straightforward manner, making complex subjects accessible to a broad audience. His writing style strikes the perfect balance between professionalism and casual approachability, ensuring an enjoyable reading experience.

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