Dog Keeps Barking At A Storm Drain, Owner Hears Crying Coming From Inside

 "When I got into the hole it was higher than my head and it was so narrow that I had to go down on my knees and I couldn't bend over so had to feel down for the baby below."

Charmaine Keevy is a 63-year-old South African resident living in Port Elizabeth. She also recently rescued a dachshund named George. One day, George was able to pay the price and show his outstanding performance when he was out for a walk, and now he is known as a hero. Charmaine was perplexed when Georgie focused on and began barking at a storm drain. She began to listen carefully to see if there was anything wrong, and she believed she heard faint meows coming from within.

When the lady called a car for help, Cornie Viljoen appeared in the picture. They pry open the concrete slab covering the drain six feet below with a steel bar. That's when they noticed a human infant. Connie went in without hesitation and was stung by red ants.

“When I got into the hole, it was higher than my head and so tiny that I had to get down on my knees and I couldn't bend over so I had to feel down for the baby below,” he explained to DailyMail. “The red ants were biting my legs, but then I felt this baby's leg and saw the baby, and I recognized this was a crime scene, so I took a flash photo and passed my phone to Charmaine. I didn't sure if the baby was hurt, so I tried to take her up cautiously and slowly, despite the fact that she was so small. I only wanted to hold her for a long, but I knew she required immediate medical attention.

Fortunately, the ants have not yet reached the baby. The baby is naked and the umbilical cord is still connected. Cornie and Charmaine called 911, and an ambulance and police arrived to take the baby to the hospital.

The only way the baby could have gotten down there, according to the authorities, was for someone to place her there with the hefty concrete slab blocking the drain. There is no doubt that this is a question of giving up. “There's a chance the person who did this came from outside the region and placed the youngster there. “We are asking witnesses and the mother of this infant to come forward,” said police spokesman Colonel Priscilla Naidu.

The baby was sent to the hospital for treatment of hypothermia and respiratory problems. Nurses guessed that the infant had been in the frigid sewer water for at least a few hours. Charmaine takes Georgie on a different walking route, so she assumed the baby was a result of fate. Charmaine posted on Facebook to let everyone know that Grace April did a great job.

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