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Newborn baby found abandoned in Queens was allegedly thrown out of bathroom window by his mom

REVEALED: Naked newborn baby found outside Queens home with umbilical cord still attached was ‘thrown out of window by his mom, 23, moments after she gave birth in bathtub’

  • The baby was found laying in the front yard of a home on 126th St. near 107th Ave. in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens at around 10:15am Sunday 
  • The child was barely breathing and it’s umbilical cord was still attached
  • Sources say the child was also suffering from pneumonia and is likely to die
  • A 23-year-old woman believe to be the boy’s mother was arrested nearby 
  • She remains in custody at the 106th Precinct, however she has not yet been named with charges against her still pending, an NYPD spokesperson said 

A newborn baby found abandoned outside a Queens home over the weekend was allegedly thrown out of nearby a bathroom window by his mother who had just given birth, police said.  

The baby was found laying naked in the front yard of a home on 126th St. near 107th Ave. in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens at around 10:15am Sunday morning.

The child was barely breathing and it’s umbilical cord was still attached. Police sources told the NY Post that the child was also suffering from hypothermia. 

First responders rushed the child to nearby Cohen Children’s Medical Center in a critical condition but officials say he’s not expected to survive.

A 23-year-old woman, who police believe to be the boy’s mother, was taken into custody shortly afterwards.

She remains in custody at the 106th Precinct, however she has not yet been named with charges against her still pending, an NYPD spokesperson told DailyMail.com. 

The baby was found laying next to a home on 126th St. near 107th Ave. in the Ozone Park neighborhood of Queens at around 10:15am Sunday

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