More than 100 people attended a funeral over the weekend for an infant who was found in a garbage truck last week in Plain City, Ohio, WBNS reported.
“It’s such a shame that things like this have to happen, but it’s encouraging and inspiring to see all of the support coming from the community,” Plain City resident Ray Stutzman told the outlet.
Police in Plain City announced on June 15 that a newborn girl with her umbilical cord still attached was discovered in the back of a garbage truck. Community leaders named the unidentified infant “Madison Baby Doe” because she was found in Madison County.
BREAKING: An infant was found in the back of a garbage truck and was pronounced dead at 2:33 this afternoon, according to police. The worker found the baby’s body while on their regular route in Plain City on Bluestem Lane. The autopsy is tomorrow. @wsyx6