Newborn baby rescued from storm drain in South Africa

Baby rescued in Durban

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THE newborn baby who was trapped in a storm water drain has been rescued and is a stable condition.

Paramedics rescue a newborn girl from a drain in Newlands East, Durban on 11 February 2019.

Paramedics attend to the baby girl after she was rescued.

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'Police will now be trying to investigate the circumstances that led to the baby being in the drain in the first place and will also be trying to trace the mother, ' he said. "I thought no, it sounds like a kitty cat and I looked further down and saw it was a baby", said Lovedale.

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. "The whole community is elated that she has been rescued", she said.

There were loud cheers from locals who had been from the scene since early this morning as a firefighter pulled the baby into safety. "We thank God for her".

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The area was cordoned off by police.

Emergency Medical Services spokesperson Robert McKenzie said paramedics worked for three hours to get to the baby and were delighted to rescue her alive.

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