Baby Found Alive in Morgue

    Analia Bouter and her husband Fabian Veron pose for a photo outside the hospital in Resistencia, Argentina, Wednesday April 11, 2012.  Bouter found her baby alive in a coffin in the morgue nearly 12 hours after the girl had been declared dead. The tiny girl, born three months premature, was in critical but improving condition Wednesday in the same hospital where the staff pronounced her stillborn on April 3. (AP Photo/Juan Pablo Faccioli)

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    A newborn baby was found alive in a morgue in Resistencia, Argentina, hours after being declared stillborn. Hospital workers told Analia Bouter that the baby showed no signs of life after she was born on April 3, after only six months gestation. Her parents took a trip to the morgue 12 hours later, where they found their daughter in her coffin. “Immediately I heard her cry,” Bouter told reporters after the incident was made public. Bouter and her husband said their daughter had ice on her body, but she is reported to be in good health. She is named Luz Milagros—"miracles" in Spanish.

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