Two officers removed the pieces of asphalt and debris off the baby Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
Two officers removed the pieces of asphalt and debris off the baby Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department

Baby girl rescued after being buried under asphalt

A NEWBORN baby girl - believed to be less than two days old - has been found buried alive under asphalt and rubble by a river in California.

Police rescued the child from a crevice on a bike path that runs along the riverbed in Compton, after passers-by heard muffled cries.

The child was found cold to touch and was immediately rushed to hospital - where she is currently in a stable condition.

The baby had been wrapped in a blanket before being hidden in a hole in the ground.

The son of the woman who notified the police told Sky News his mother was very emotional when the baby was found.

He said: "It just hurts to see somebody leave a baby like that when there are so many places they can take them now-a-days."

Authorities are investigating and have appealed for information.



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