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Newborn baby found in dustbin at property “doing fine,” locals say of their shock

The baby was discovered around 5pm on Sunday in a brown garden bin with the umbilical cord still attached at a Grimsby property – residents said they were shocked at the massive police presence on their quiet street

The little boy was discovered in a brown garden rubbish bin
The little boy was discovered in a brown garden rubbish bin

A newborn baby found on Sunday with the umbilical cord still attached is “doing well”, according to local reports.

The baby was discovered around 5 p.m. in a brown garden bin at a property.

A concerned resident raised the alarm after opening the lid and finding the boy among the grass clippings.

The boy was taken to the hospital where he remains.

The baby is said to be “doing well” and the young mum is currently being supported by the relevant services. GrimsbyLive reports.

One resident said: “It’s just incredibly sad. It’s such a relief that the little boy seems fine and her heart goes out to the mother. She needs love and support and hopefully something good will come of it.”







The baby was found at an estate in Langton Close, Nunsthorpe, Grimsby
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Another told GrimsbyLive: “We saw the boy being taken away by the ambulance crew. We all heard the screams. It’s shocking to the woman who heard the screams and found him in the trash can.

There was a huge reaction from Humberside Police and the East Midlands Ambulance Service.

At least four police cars and vans were at the scene along with two ambulances.

Police officers were seen conducting house-to-house inquiries and questioning shocked residents.







The baby should be fine
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Paramedics were on site within minutes and a police cordon was set up.

Residents have described their shock at the major damage in the quiet cul-de-sac.

Another resident said: “We are all torn about this. It’s a terrible shock.”

Another said: “The mother must have been too young to understand or didn’t want anyone to know she was pregnant. We just hope she gets the care she and her baby need.”







The baby’s mother is also supported, it is said
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Another distraught resident said: “It was worrying to see all the emergency services driving by. I have never seen so many ambulances and police cars.

“Then there were crime scene crime scenes.”

A spokesman for the East Midlands Ambulance Service said: “We received a call to a home address in Grimsby at 4.58pm on 19 June.

“The caller reported a medical emergency. We dispatched two manned ambulances and two patients were taken to Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital.”

Humberside Police told GrimsbyLive on Sunday: “Officers are present at a property on Winchester Avenue following a safety concern report this evening (Sunday 19 June).

“Those affected were supported. There are no issues or risks to the wider community.”

Families and pensioners live in semi-detached and terraced houses in the quiet street.

The Mirror have contacted Humberside Police for further comment.

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