Police are investigating the death of a baby girl who was found in the restroom of an Amazon warehouse in the U.S. state of Arizona.
Firefighters and paramedics were called to the facility in Phoenix, Arizona, on Wednesday evening.
A newborn was pronounced dead after the baby girl was found in a trash can inside a restroom at an Amazon distribution center in Phoenix, Arizona on Wednesday evening, January 16.
According to local media, the child was discovered in a rubbish bin by a maintenance worker.
It was "beyond resuscitation" when first responders arrived on the scene, Phoenix police have said.
The cause of death will ultimately be determined by a medical examiner.
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Officials say they have located the mother and have spoken with her.
"This is a terribly sad and tragic incident", said a spokesman for Amazon.
'We are working with local authorities to support their investigation.
'The safety and wellness of our team is our top priority'. They wouldn't' say whether she's an Amazon employee to protect her identity.
Warehouse operations continued while police were investigating the scene, according to ABC15. The baby must be under 72 hours old and given to a person.