Expectant parents stand in line to give a baby girl, found abandoned by the side of the road near Atlanta, a & # 39; forever at home & # 39 ;.
Officials say the baby, who has been given the name India, has no shortage of people who want to adopt her.
& # 39; We have people standing in line to provide that child with an eternal home, & # 39; told Tom Rawlings, the director of Georgia & # 39; s Family and Children's Services division, & # 39; Good morning America. & # 39;
India pictured above on a photo of the office of the Sheriff of Forsyth, June 26. She was found alive in a plastic bag on the side of the road, in Cumming, Georgia, on June 6
Authorities say that more than 1,000 people are interested in adopting India.
There is currently a waiting list of around 200 families who want to adopt babies & # 39; s only in Georgia, according to Rawlings.
She was found by two sisters, Kyler Ragatz and Kayla Ragatz, who contacted the police shortly after 10 am. on June 6 in Forsyth County north of Atlanta.
They said they heard a sound like a cat and saw a baby's arm sticking out of a plastic bag.
Tom Rawlings, the director of Georgia & # 39; s Family and Children Division, told GMA: & # 39; we have people waiting in line to provide that child with an eternal home & # 39; (India shown above that is said to be fine)
India was rescued on June 6 and still had its umbilical cord attached to it and was stained with blood from birth
When delegates arrived at Davids Creek Road in Cumming, they found the baby who still had her umbilical cord attached to it and was stained with blood from birth.
India had no significant injuries
The video of the rescue, captured on the camera of an officer body, was announced on Tuesday.
An assistant sheriff can be seen reaching for the light brown plastic shopping bag that the baby contains before it is torn open, exposing the baby in it.
The video of the rescue, recorded on the camera body of an officer, was announced on Tuesday
An assistant sheriff can be seen reaching for the light brown plastic shopping bag with the baby before it is torn open, exposing the baby inside
& # 39; When we could pick her up, wrap her up, get her a little warm, I could talk to her a bit, & # 39; told Forsyth Sheriff & deputy Terry Roper, who was first on the scene, Good morning America on Wednesday.
& # 39; I wanted to comfort her. Moments later, I realized it was the first time she had felt love, and I felt honored that I could give it to her. & # 39;
India was handed over to medical first responders, who performed first aid on the child before wrapping her in a blanket.
& # 39; When we could pick her up, wrap her up, get her a little warm, I could talk to her a bit, & # 39; Forsyth Sheriff & # 39; s deputy Terry Roper who was first on site told Good Morning America on Wednesday.
India was handed over to medical first responders, who performed first aid on the child before wrapping her in a blanket
Since 6 June, authorities have been looking for the girl's mother. They ask Twitter if anyone in the area knows & # 39; a female who was in a late stage of pregnancy & # 39 ;.
Civil servants ask for tips about a woman who has just given birth, but who does not have a child in her care.
Rawlings said that India is now smiling and smiling and being well cared for. For confidentiality reasons, he could not say where she is.
& # 39; I wanted to comfort her. Moments later I realized it was the first time she had felt love, and I felt honored that I could give it to her, & said Deputy Terry Roper (see above)
The baby was found on Daves Creek Road in Cumming, Forsyth County, just north of Atlanta (see above)
& # 39; Of course, we are dealing with many tragedies in child protection services, but it's great to have a miracle &, said Rawlings about baby India's survival. & # 39; And this is really a miracle. & # 39;
& # 39; I have been working with child protection services for almost 20 years, this is one of the most exciting and wonderful miracles I have seen in my life & # 39 ;, he added.
The sheriff office reminded the public that the state of Georgia has a law called Safe Haven (HB 391).
This law allows the mother of a child to leave her baby, up to 30 days old, with an employee of a medical facility including a hospital, institutional sick bay, health center or birth center in Georgia without prosecution. This includes hospitals, fire stations and police stations.
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