Baby Left in Hospital Morgue Finally Arrives Home Baby Left in Hospital Morgue Finally Arrives Home
Baby Left in Hospital Morgue Finally Arrives Home

Baby Left in Hospital Morgue Finally Arrives Home

Baby Left in Hospital Morgue Finally Arrives Home

by Steve Eastman, Faith Issues

Five-month-old Luz Milagros, whose name means “Miracle Light”, was released from a hospital in Northwest Argentina today.  The child still needs a tube for feeding and “respiratory assistance.”  

The child’s mother — Analia Bouter —was originally given a death certificate last April, based on the diagnosis of doctors who determined the infant was stillborn.  Bouter and her husband — Fabian Veron — decided to have one last look at their child and take a picture.  After a worker in the morgue opened the drawer, they heard a cry and the premature baby was stretching.  Bouter, who discovered ice on the infant’s body, fell to her knees.

As recently as June, doctors were saying only 10 percent of the little girl’s brain was functioning.  Luz Milagros only weighed about one-point-seven pounds at birth.  Her condition is described as fragile, but stable.  

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