The city of Rosario was the scene of an atrocious family history that ended with the arrest of a 17-year-old girlon whom falls the serious accusation of having tried to kill stabbing his newborn daughter. The baby was admitted to the neonatology area of the Maternidad Martín sanatorium, with a reserved prognosis. She has injuries to her neck and chest after the attack.
Apparently, the tragic episode occurred moments after the teenager gave birth to her daughter in the bathroom of the house.
Although the circumstances have not yet been clarified, preliminary information indicates that the minor would have received “at least nine stab wounds”.
Martin de Rosario Maternity. Photo: Google Street View
The baby receives respiratory mechanical assistance
Lorna Andreussi, director of the medical institution, warned that the baby is currently with guarded prognosis and respiratory mechanical assistance.
“After noon a mother and her baby arrived who had a home birth. They were brought by the police. During the first care we found that the baby presented sharp woundsfor which she was transferred to neonatology, ”explained the doctor in statements given to the press.
Meanwhile, the main suspect remained in the same health center available to juvenile justiceaccording to the newspaper The capital.
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The investigation seeks to determine the causes that motivated the violent reaction of the adolescent towards her defenseless girl.
The Rosario 2nd police station intervened in the case, which was alerted by Maternity personnel, as detailed by the local portal News from the South.
It also transpired that the police personnel, upon arriving at the scene, found a 43-year-old woman, who would be the mother of the accused teenager.
In principle, the young woman was detained by order of Juvenile Court No. 4, while the case was in charge of the Intentional Homicide prosecutor Georgina Pairola, who referred the investigation to juvenile justice.