Baby girl found after being born under earthquake rubble in Syria | USA TODAY #Shorts

Thousands have offered to adopt a baby girl who was born under the rubble of a collapsed apartment building in Syria after an earthquake rocked the country.

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Baby Aya — meaning miracle in Arabic — was found buried under concrete more than 10 hours after the quake struck with her umbilical cord still connected to her deceased mother, Afraa Abu Hadiya. Her father and all four of her siblings also died after the devastating earthquake hit the northwest Syrian town of Jindayris, next to the Turkish border.

After a female neighbor cut Aya’s cord, she was rushed to a nearby children’s hospital and placed in an incubator. The physician treating the baby, Dr. Hani Maarouf at Cihan Hospital in Afrin, said Aya’s condition is improving by the day and there was no damage to her spine, as initially feared.

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  1. Que las personas que adopten Este angelito resivan la benediction
    Para llenar con mucho amor como su familia no puede darle

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