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Style: A baby found alive next to his mother's body in a New York refuge

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a 15-month-old baby was found alive near the corpse of his mother in a shelter for New York homeless.

  Un bébé retrouvé vivant à côté du corps de sa mère dans un refuge de New York © Reuters / Stefan Jeremiah

The Little Laboy Laboy was found alive on July 25 under a bed, next to the corpse of his mother in a refuge for New York home. Shelbi Westlake succumbed to an overdose five days earlier, leaving her child 15 months trapped alone in their room. When it was discovered, Lyric was "covered with excrement" and in a state of malnutrition. She was conducted at the hospital, reports the " New York Post ".

If this tragic story is today, it is because the father of the child, Quraan Laboy, 31 years old, intends to file a complaint against the department of services dedicated to the homeless and against the city of New York . He claims $ 5 million in compensation. The department of services dedicated to the homeless has denied the fact that the child has remained five day alone, but how long had his mother been dead. Nobody realized that Shelbi Westlake had died until another resident signals a "nauseating odor" from his unit, according to legal documents. The mother had registered for the last time at the refuge on July 19, six days before the discovery of her body. An investigation is underway.

"I do not know how long it will suffer. She suffered from anxiety of separation, "said Quraan Laboy about his daughter. His lawyer added that the child took into the habit "to give his father when he sleeps to make sure he is still alive". The couple was separated and the mother and daughter apparently lived in this shelter for several months. "She always wakes up in the middle of the night, she kicks her, she struggles saying:" Mom ", I look at her and I start crying sometimes," still entrusted the Father. "My daughter will have to live with that all his life".

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