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Newborn Baby Left Fighting for Life With Broken Bones After Being Dumped in Bush by Mum

The baby was left fighting for her life
Photos have shown a newborn baby boy is fighting for his life with broken bones and brain damage after being dumped in bushes by his cruel mum.
According to The Sun UK, the baby boy, who appears to have been born prematurely, was abandoned without any clothes under a bush in Harbin, north-eastern China.
Medics at Harbin Children’s Hospital are battling to save the tot who was born early at around 35 or 36 weeks.
Doctor Li Xin said: "He’s not in very good shape; he’s suffering from convulsions and a brain haemorrhage.”
Shocking photos show severe bruises on the tiny baby’s face.

Doctors did not speculate about how the boy may have suffered the "serious" injuries, which include multiple bone fractures and severe internal organ damage.
But the rescuers believe the baby’s mum may have inflicted the injuries before leaving the baby to die in the wild.
Authorities are investigating but have yet to track down the child’s mother.
The woman could face serious charges for abandoning her baby, including a lengthy jail term.
Doctor Li did not say whether the newborn had any other physical or mental defects.


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