HFD: Woman finds newborn with umbilical cord attached abandoned at church, drops off at NE Houston fire station

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HOUSTON— The Houston Fire Department is investigating after a newborn was left at a church and brought to a fire station Wednesday in northeast Houston.

Around 4 a.m., the baby boy was dropped off at Fire Station 63 on Will Clayton Parkway.

According to HFD, a man, who, is a member of Greater Progressive Church on Tidwell found the baby and  brought him to the fire station.

The baby still had its umbilical cord attached and was taken to Memorial Herman Northeast Hospital, HFD said.

Doctors examined the baby boy and did not find any injuries or bruises and said the baby appears healthy.

The case has been referred to CPS and the HPD Juvenile Division.

Anyone with information are asked to call 832-394-1975

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