Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Worldwide | By Jermaine Blake

Baby buried alive in Montana wilderness for 9 hours miraculously survives

Baby buried alive in Montana wilderness for 9 hours miraculously survives

A 5-month-old infant who miraculously survived more than nine hours being buried under a pile of sticks and debris in the woods of western Montana suffered only minor injuries despite wearing wet and soiled clothes in cold weather, authorities said.

Officers learned he and the baby had been in a crash earlier that day.

Crowley was released when OR officials decided not to extradite him, Deputy Missoula County Attorney Jason Marks said.

Jessop told me that he didn't like being the center of attention, just that he was the lucky one who got to pick up the baby for the first time.

"When I heard that baby murmur, I was so happy". McDermott said officials found clues - baby formula, a diaper bag - strewn throughout the woods as they searched.

"It was just a whimper", Deputy Ross Jessop said, describing the sound he heard. "I immediately just picked him up".

"I have three kids myself, and I think without a question that hearing that little baby the other night brought to me more joy than even my own children coming into this world", he said. He has been charged with assault on a minor and child endangerment.

Custody of the child has been referred to the state Division of Child and Family Services.

The baby, who was left alone for at least seven hours, was discovered in the middle of the night on Sunday, officials in Missoula have said.

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The child had been in the care of Francis Carlton Crowley, 32, on Saturday, according to the sheriff's office statement.

That night, deputies received calls reporting a man who was acting strangely in the Lolo Hot Springs area.

"Due to the urgency of this matter, members of the Missoula County Search and Rescue were paged out to assist officers from the United States Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management, Montana Highway Patrol, and Missoula County deputies" searched tirelessly for the infant, according to a Missoula County Sheriff's Office statement.

Crowley was apparently in a vehicle crash and investigators found a trail of baby items leading away from the auto.

"For all of us at the sheriff's office, this is what we call a miracle", the sheriff's office said in a statement. He was released when OR officials decided not to extradite him.

The baby was taken to a local hospital where he is reported to be in surprisingly good condition.

It was not clear if Crowley has been assigned an attorney as of Monday, according to the Missoula County attorney's office.

Crowley is a fugitive from OR, according to Dylan Arthur, executive director for the parole board in Oregon.

Crowley has a criminal record out of OR that includes convictions of burglary and eluding police, CBS affiliate KPAX reported.

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