3 infants found in calif. town
Three babies, each found about 11-months apart throughout a small California town, have been almost positively identified as having the same mother, police said.
All three newborns were found within a two-block radius of one another. The first newborn was found on a bench wrapped in a blanket with his ubilical cord still attached. The second and third newborns were both found in the truck beds of parked pickup trucks.
The third baby died of exposure to cold weather, police said. She was alive for less than a day, the coroner said.
The other two babies survived and are now wards of the state.
The search continues for the parents of the babies.