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An abandoned baby was found in a cardboard box in Alaska, with a heartbreaking note from a desperate mother who said she couldn’t feed her baby.

Alaska state troops responded to a report of an abandoned baby around 2pm on New Year’s Eve, officials said in a statement.

According to the National Weather Service, the air temperature at the time was at one-room levels, with wind cooling below 12 degrees.

The baby was found by Roxy Lane, who lives in Fairbanks, who posted a video on social media of a baby wrapped in a note and a blanket and screaming softly.

“Please help me!!!” note started.

“I was born today, December 31, 2021 (at 6 o’clock), 12 weeks premature. My mother was 28 weeks old when I was born. My parents, grandparents and grandmother have neither food nor money to raise me. They NEVER wanted me to do that, ”the note said.

“My mom is very upset about doing this,” the note continued. “Please take me and find me a loving FAMILY. My parents are asking whoever finds me. My name is Teshawn. “

Baby Teshown was found inside the box by Roxy Lane Fyrbenks, who lives in Alaska.

The baby was taken to a local hospital by EMS and was “found to be in good health,” according to state troops.

Lane wrote in the post that he found the baby in a cardboard box next to the mailboxes next to his house.

“I re-examined my feelings throughout the day and looked at different scenarios and reasons with my cousin and family as to why something like this could have happened,” he wrote. -Mothers were young and unaware of the situation in Alaska. The Safe Shelter Act, according to which parents can give up their unwanted children at a local hospital, church, or police station or fire department.

Lane asked anyone who knew her mother to contact her because she may need medical attention or “may be in a hopeless situation, as if she had been abandoned.”

“Apparently, someone in our society felt so lost and hopeless that he probably made the hardest choice of his life to leave that innocent life on the side of the road with a bed and a name,” he writes in his post. “But he put his name on it! Even though he made a terrible decision, there’s some love out there.

“Today I rescued the baby and will probably think about Teshown for the rest of my life,” Lane wrote.

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