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Woman Caught On Video Abandoning Newborn After Giving Birth at Subway! You Have To Hear This 911 Call!

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Imagine your at work or getting your morning breakfast and see a lady pop a baby out and then proceed to leave it behind. 

It's a gruesome scene that just happened a few days ago at a Subway Restaurant. It was all caught on video and the 911 call is just frightening. 

USA Today --

An umbilical cord running from the restroom’s trash can and into the toilet led employees that morning to the child, a boy who lay in the bowl with his head above cold water.
Later, a trail of blood from the mother led police out of the restroom, through the Subway’s door and north toward a shopping center on a busy intersection, Cpl. Rudy Lopez of the West Covina Police Department told USA TODAY NETWORK.
There, behind a Pep Boys store, Lopez said, police found the mother, 38-year-old Mary Grace Trinidad.
Police arrested Trinidad for attempted murder and child abandonment. She remained hospitalized for treatment Tuesday evening.
The child, initially in critical condition, was in good condition Tuesday evening at Queen of the Valley Hospital, said Lopez. The boy, born full-term, was expected to take formula that day.
Surveillance video of the restaurant shows a woman entering the Subway’s restroom at 8:07 that morning. She exits the restroom 10 minutes later, looks over her shoulders, and leaves.
“We tried to keep her in and she just walked out, and there’s a crying baby in the restroom,” a woman identifying herself as a Subway employee says in 911 call audio provided by police.

In the call, a dispatcher directs the caller to wrap the child in towels from the restaurant.
On Tuesday, police stressed California’s “safe surrender” law, which insures new mothers can hand over newborns at any hospital or fire station without questions as long the child is less than three days old.
Trinidad was previously arrested in January by West Covina police for possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia.
Do you think this mother should be safe under the Safe Surrender Law even though she did not actual bring the baby to the police or fire station?

We don't know much but that he was a boy and we are pretty sure they won't be naming this Subway baby Jared. 

Check out the video yourself and listen to the 911 call below:
*Warning, this could be graphic to some

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