Newborn dropped off at Houston fire station

Houston Chronicle | 10/8/2019 | Michelle Iracheta, Houston Chronicle
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A woman early Tuesday dropped off an infant -- just hours after birth -- at a southwest Houston fire station, police said.

Just hours after birth, a woman dropped off an infant early Tuesday at a southwest Houston fire station, police said.

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The baby, who police believe had been born only a few hours earlier, was dropped off around 12:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Houston Fire Department Station no. 21 at the 10500 block of South Main Street, according HPD Lt. Larry Crowson.

Under the Texas Safe Haven Law, also known as the Baby Moses Law, a person can drop off a newborn baby under the age of 60 days old to a designated safe haven, such as a hospital or a fire station, without fear of...
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