May 11, 2016
Indiana installs first ‘safe haven’ boxes to save abandoned newborns
When a mother opens the box – which is climate-controlled, padded, and circulates fresh air inside – a call is made to 911. The box automatically locks once the mother shuts its door. Motion sensors trigger a second, backup call to 911. Within three to five minutes, paramedics arrive and take the baby to the hospital for care. Indiana's Child Protective Services then takes custody of the child.
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