The stillborn infant boy found in dirty laundry Wednesday at a cleaning service in Red Wing, Minn., came from the morgue at Regions Hospital in St. Paul, the Pioneer Press said.
The boy was stillborn late in the second trimester two weeks ago, officials said. There didn't appear to be any foul play suspected.
Police said that workers in the laundry service found the body after it fell out of a bed sheet. The body had been wrapped in linen, and somehow mistakenly got sent to the laundry to be cleaned, the Star Tribune said.