A California Highway Patrol officer holds a newborn baby who was found on a road.
The man advised her to go to the children's hospital or the fire station before she drove away, Pogue said.
A newborn baby in the United States has been rescued after she was found abandoned in the middle of the road with her umbilical cord still attached.
The carrier, Aurelio Fuentes, told the Fresno Bee her umbilical cord was still attached. She was dressed in a soiled onesie during weather that was just below 30 degrees.
A Madera County Sheriff's Office spokesperson said: "It's very fortunate that the child was discovered by the newspaper delivery person before she was seriously injured or even possibly killed".
'I approached slowly next thing you know I see its red you can see the face I saw a face.
'She was as shocked as I was, ' he said.
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It is believed the newspaper carrier arrived a few minutes later to discover the dumped baby on the road.
The newborn, who was only hours old, was rushed to Valley Children's Hospital and is now being treated at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Authorities are seeking the mother.
Paramedics took the infant to Valley Children's Hospital, where she is expected to make a full recovery, said officials.
According to Madera County Undersheriff Tyson Pogue, a man was walking or jogging eastbound on Avenue 13 1/2 when he was approached by a Hispanic female in her early 20s driving a white, smaller SUV. She is said to be in good condition. "We'd like to remind everyone that there are many safe surrender sites that will allow someone to surrender a newborn child without any questions asked".
Law enforcement is asking for the public's help in locating the birth mother who left the baby in the middle of the road about halfway between Roads 35 and 36.