Newborn baby found in field covered with ant and mosquito bites after being abandoned in Thailand
Newborn baby girl is found in a field covered in ant and mosquito bites after being left in a field in Thailand
- A child was covered this month with mosquito bites in Bangkok, Thailand
- The abandoned child heard whimpering all night in a field
- But the locals rejected her screams and she was only discovered the next morning
- She was checked and hurried to the hospital on May 11 and stayed there
A newborn baby girl was found covered in mosquito and ant bites after being dumped in a field in Thailand.
She heard the whimpering during the night, but the locals rejected the crying and was not discovered until the following morning in the Ladkrabang district of Bangkok.
The baby skin was raw and looked sore after being bitten by insects in the exposed field on the night of 11 May.
The newborn's head looked particularly embarrassed (left) after being attacked by ants and mosquitoes on the night of 11 May and she received a preliminary check (right) before being rushed to the Bangkok hospital.
Fortunately the girl didn't seem to have suffered a serious injury, but her forehead seemed particularly painful, with countless bites.
She was partially wrapped with a small blanket and her umbilical cord was not cut, suggesting she was no older than a day.
The officials performed a preliminary health check before the newborn was rushed to Lat Krabang Hospital, where the nurses took care of her for the last two weeks.
The police arrived on the scene a few hours later and began investigating the matter to find the parents.
The baby was discovered the next morning by the locals in the Ladkrabang district of Bangkok and police and ambulance teams were summoned
Lieutenant Colonel Samart Klinklao, inspector of the Chalong Krung Police Station, said: & We believe that the parents live near the area.
& # 39; Officers will monitor the communities and ask the locals for more information.
& # 39; We will also check the CCTV cameras & # 39; s on the street to see who has left the baby there. & # 39;
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