10 Jun '11, 8am

Maid who buried newborn suffered depression

Maid who buried newborn suffered depression

Retiree Tay Kim Sia demonstrating how he found the baby buried in the soil after he climbed onto the planter box at the rooftop garden of a multi-storey carpark in Eunos. Under about 5cm of soil, he uncovered a dark-skinned newborn baby. After the police and an ambulance arrived, the baby was taken to the KK Women?s and Children?s Hospital. -- PHOTO: SPH HER major depressive disorder led a mother to bury her newborn baby in a rooftop garden of a multi-storey carpark in Eunos Crescent in on April 11. The infant, his mouth stuffed with mud and dried leaves and his umbilical cord still attached, was found alive that same day by a retiree having a smoke. On Friday, Indriani, 28, an Indonesian who goes by one name, was jailed six weeks for child abandonment. She was also jailed four weeks and fined $2,000 for overstaying here for 273 days. As she is unable to pay up, she will s...

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