Newborn Makes it through Being Buried Alive For Eight Days After Passerby Hears His Cries

Bayo Ajibola
Newborn Makes it through Being Buried Alive For Eight Days After Passerby Hears His Cries

A newborn baby was recovered having spent up to eight days buried alive, when a passerby heard his cries.

Lu Fenglian was gathering herbs near a cemetery in southern China’s Guangxi province when she heard what sounded like a baby crying. She ran to a Buddhist temple get help and returned with 75-year-old monk Zhao Shimin.

Jointly they tracked the crying to a section of the cemetery where there were a couple of unmarked graves where they discovered the sound was coming from under the ground.

Lu called the police, who dug out a box containing a breathing baby boy who was buried just a few centimetres below the surface.

Local newspapers have reported that the soil covering the baby had been placed loosely enough for air and rainwater to reach the box, which it has been suggested may have been the key to his survival.

The boy, who has a cleft lip, was then taken to the Tian Dong County People’s Hospital where he received emergency medical treatment.

He was reported to be throwing up mud which he had swallowed while underground when he arrived and is now in a stable but serious condition.

baby buried alive

Five people have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, two of whom have been identified as the boy’s grandmothers.

The group reportedly confessed they had abandoned him at the graveyard in the box, then came back two days later to bury him, mistakenly thinking he had died.

The boys parents, who also have a daughter, have not been arrested due to a reported “lack of evidence”.

But according to the Daily Telegraph the mother told the Nanguo Morning Post that when her baby was born with a cleft lip she “panicked”.

Asked why she abandoned her son, she said: “It’s hard to explain. The situation is complicated and people on the outside can’t imagine – all in all, our lack of thought and irresponsibility are the cause.”

An official from the local government’s media department, who gave only his surname, Zheng, said the baby had been abandoned about three or four days after he was born.

from huffingtonpost

Bayo Ajibola

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