It is unknown if the newborn had died in the bathroom or if she was taken there from a different place
The Pasadena government recalled that an unwanted baby can be delivered to fire stations.
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A baby was found dead in a stack of toilet paper inside a bathroom, in a Pasadena park Thursday night, authorities said.
Police received a call that there was a "lifeless baby" in a women's restroom stall at Pasadena Memorial Park at 85 E. Holly Street around 10 pm, the Pasadena Police Department said in a statement press.
Officers arrived to find the newborn dead, which police said seemed to be at term, reports KTLA 5.
The girl had no signs of visible trauma and The Los Angeles County coroner's office is working to determine if she was born dead or died after she was bornsaid Pasadena police lieutenant Anthony Russo.
Pasadena police are urging anyone with information to Call Pasadena Police at (626) 744-4241.
Or you can report information anonymously by calling “Crime Stoppers” by dialing (800) 222-TIPS (8477), use your smartphone by downloading the mobile application “P3 Tips” on Google Play or Apple App Store or using the website http: //lacrimestoppers.org.
A “safe haven” delivery (Safe Surrender in English), is when a parent (or other person who has legal custody of a child under 72 hours or less) voluntarily hands over the child's physical custody to any firefighter on duty at a fire station.
Los Angeles County maintains the “safe haven” delivery program in numerous locations.
Under certain circumstances, They can do it discreetly without fear of being prosecuted for abandoning children. Firefighters evaluate the baby for any immediate medical need and then transport him to a local hospital.