Calls From Over 40 States, 10 Countries Pour in to Help or Adopt Newborn Abandoned in Plastic Bag

    Updated: July 2, 2019 at 1:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    Baby India today.

    CUMMING, Ga. — The Forsyth County Sheriff’s Office in Georgia states that it has received phone calls and messages from over 40 states and 10 countries expressing interest in either donating toward or adopting a newborn baby who was found abandoned in a wooded area on the side of the road.

    “We would like to say THANK YOU to all of the people who have called and sent messages inquiring about Baby India. We have been inundated with love from around the world and we are in absolute awe!” the Office wrote to social media on Friday.

    It provided a map of the locations from where calls or messages have been received. See the map here. As of the posting, the only states that had not been represented were Montana, South Dakota, Colorado, New Mexico and Alaska.

    International calls or messages have been received from countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, France, Germany and even Ethiopia and South Africa.

    On June 6, dispatchers received a 911 call about a baby that had been abandoned by a wooded area along Daves Creek Road in Cumming, Georgia. Last week, the sheriff’s office released body cam footage of when deputies tore the shopping bag open and revealed the baby inside.

    “We heard it from our house,” a nearby resident told Deputy Terry Roper. “My kids said, ‘That’s a baby,’ and I said, ‘That’s an animal.’”

    As Roper broke the bag open to reveal a

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