|The infant (pictured above) was found alive and well though extremely cold after laying in the morgue's freezer for 12 hours|
Twelve hours later Analia and her husband decided to go to see their baby's body, which was being kept in a refrigerated drawer at the Perrando hospital morgue.
Mrs Bouter told Argentina's Clarin newspaper:
‘That night, we went to the morque. We wanted to take a photo of our daughter. But when a worker opened the drawer we heard a cry and she was alive.’
|The mum, Analía Bouter|
‘My baby was born at 10.24am and at 11.05am was already in the drawer. She spent 12 hours in the freezing cold of that morgue. I saw for myself the ice on her body.’
Mrs Bouter said that her pregnancy was normal until she suddenly went into early labour on April 3.
Culled from Daily Mail UK