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Viewers could be confused, resulting in harm to an infant, a spokesperson said
The biological parents now potentially face arrest and charges for abandoning the baby, officials said
The children, ages 2 and 4, were left at an Alta station by their grandmother and aunt, who said they were unsafe in their custody
Lafayette and New Albany plan to install the boxes after a newborn was safely surrendered at another Indiana station earlier this month
Clarksville Fire Chief Brandon Skaggs praised the parent for leaving the baby in safe hands
The bill, which would also allow parents to call 911 to surrender a child, is headed to Gov. Eric Holcomb’s desk
The proposals aim to increase access in areas without hospitals or full-time fire departments
The box’s sensor sets off an alarm in the station prompting personnel to immediately evaluate and render care to the infant
Fort Worth firefighters cared for the newborn baby girl dropped off at the “safe baby site”
These state laws are designed to prevent infanticide and offer parents a safe place to surrender their child without fear of being prosecuted
San Bernardino County Fire Department officials said a woman showed up at the station and gave firefighters the newborn twins, who were in good health
FireRescue1 Executive Editor Chief Marc Bashoor speaks with Kingman D. Schuldt, CFO, president of the IAFC’s Southeastern Association of Fire Chiefs, about the relationship between the divisions and the parent organization in IAFC
Seven-year-old Diego’s birth mother took him to a Sacramento fire station as a newborn and gave him to firefighter-paramedic Matt Rosales
The Safe Haven Baby Box was used for a second time in just a few months at the Coolspring Township Volunteer Fire Department
Officials said the young mother walked into the fire station and gave her to firefighters under the Safe Haven program
Monica Kelsey created the Safe Haven Baby Boxes as a way for mothers to surrender newborns anonymously under Indiana’s safe haven law
Four boxes are scheduled for installation in Indiana and Ohio next year
The Safe Haven Baby Box was installed at the department in 2016, and is one of only two Safe Haven boxes in the U.S.
The 1-year-old, who appeared to be in good health, was left in a car seat
Crews dedicated a new fire truck named after 10-year-old Colleen during a ceremony at the department
Indiana Department of Child Services is warning a nonprofit to stop putting its boxes for abandon babies at fire stations; the group says it will continue
The box is electronically monitored and alerts 911 emergency services so they can pick up a baby within minutes
The agency was supposed to recommend standards so the incubators could be installed and operated safely, not decide whether they should be implemented
The baby is in good condition at a local hospital, but 30 more minutes outside in the cold might have killed her
Nearly nine months have passed since baby Naomi was dropped off at the station; they attended her adoption ceremony in November
The mother dropped off her 2-year-old and 9-month-old sons at the firehouse, saying she was overwhelmed and couldn’t take care of them anymore