Following a nail-biting three-hour rescue mission, Garreth Jamieson of Rescue care confirmed that the little girl was alive and stable.
"We thank the relevant authorities and community as a whole who were involved in bringing the baby girl to safety. Durban fire department and the police search and rescue [unit] have cleared around the pipe and are trying to reach the child". Rescuers were able to make their way down the drain pipes and locate the baby.
Cllr De Boer said some residents told her that they heard the baby crying as early as 1am and thought it was cats mating.
Medics said she may be suffering from hypothermia but otherwise appeared unhurt. Rescue Care Paramedics spokesman, Garrith Jamieson, said he spoke to the trauma doctor at the hospital and reported that the baby girl is doing very well.
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He said she was transported to Albert Luthuli Hospital via the AMS Medical Helicopter.
"The baby is trapped in a storm water drain".
McKenzie said police are on the scene to investigate the circumstances that lead to baby being in the drain.
He added:' It is great news she has been rescued and she is now in a stable condition so a great ending for all the rescuers and personnel and paramedics who did this.