Shocking: A baby was rescued from a pit latrine in South Africa

It was a Sunday morning, January 17, when the paramedics and the police plunge unit were brought in after a child young lady was found in a pit latrine at Nthabiseng town in Morebeng, South Africa. An occupant called the police when she heard the child crying in the latrine. Watch video of the salvage after the cut… "On their landing the police called the paramedics and the SAPS plunge unit," said common police representative, Col Ronel Otto. "The mother/suspect is obscure and the infant was taken to the Botlokwa healing center. The child is doing admirably," said Otto, including that examination in continuous.

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