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Newborn surrendered at Pomona hospital is sixth in county this year
Newborn surrendered at Pomona hospital is sixth in county this year

For the second time this month, a newborn girl was safely surrendered at an area hospital as part of the county's Safe Surrender Program.    The latest surrender occurred Monday at a Pomona hospital, according to an announcement Thursday from Los Angeles County Supervisor Don Knabe's office. Another infant girl was dropped off at a Tarzana hospital on June 2. "When we consider the alternative to what could have happened to these girls, we are thankful these mothers, who found themselves in a desperate situation, made the right decision for their babies," Knabe said in a statement. The child will remain in protective custody until it is placed with a family approved for adoption by...

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