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SEYMOUR - A baby, left in a Safe Haven baby box at a Jackson County fire station.
An infant was surrendered Thursday morning at a fire station in Seymour. The baby was removed from the baby box in about one minute and immediately transported to a local hospital.
The baby is healthy and being cared for at a local hospital.
"We are proud to have this resource available for the residents of Seymour, Indiana," said Fire Chief Brad Lucas. "We strive every day to ensure the safety of our residents and this is just a way to ensure the safety of newborns."
This is the fifth baby surrendered in a baby box in Indiana in the last two years and the third to be surrendered in the last 134 days.