Baby survives being thrown down trash-compactor chute

A newborn baby boy survived being thrown down a Brooklyn housing project trash-compactor chute Sunday and is in stable condition, the New York Daily News reported. The baby was found when the building superintendent heard cries from inside a plastic trash bag attached to the compactor chute. The child’s mother was located, but it was unclear what charges might be filed.

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