A “miracle baby” is recovering in a New York state hospital after she spent three days outside in a garbage bag. I could just feel her heart and what that little girl went through is wrong,” Kayla Seals’ sister, Karen Seals said, “that little girl don’t deserve that at all. I mean, she was hardly breathing honey. Her eyes weren’t opening so I cleaned her eyes, so eyes would open up to me and I just spoke to her ‘c’mon baby, c’mon baby, c’mon sweetness,’” Seals said. Kayla Seals said she thought it was an animal at first, “I ran up and I see the little legs were dangling out the bag, so I said ‘you guys, it’s a baby.’”
Seals told CNN Affiliate WETM she tore open the bag and saw the 8-month-old baby girl, “I picked her up. Elmira Police Sgt. All everybody in this town just pray for her.”
-74.005941 Her eyes weren’t even open.”
“She wasn’t breathing, but she opened her mouth for me and I dropped some water in there and she started gasping for air after I did that. Sayre’s neighbors were shocked by the discovery, “All I want to do is cry for her. The Elmira Police Department said residents were out on a porch when they heard a “suspicious noise” and went to investigate. The Chemung County Public Defender’s Office said the city court will assign Hoyt an attorney at her next hearing on August 14. “She is being charged as an adult, but is eligible for youthful offender status,” Solt said. I took her in the bathroom. Bill Solt said “the baby was dehydrated and currently in stable condition but expected to make a full recovery.”
“We are looking about 72-hours in the bag,” Solt said, “she’s a miracle baby.”
The infant’s mother, 17-year old Harriette Hoyt of Sayre, Pennsylvania, has been charged with attempted murder. Hoyt is currently being held in the Chemung County Jail.