Emergency responders rescue hypothermic baby from stolen car

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – Emergency responders in Minneapolis have rescued a hypothermic baby they found abandoned in a stolen car. The Star Tribune reports that police were dispatched to an area in south Minneapolis about 8:10 a.m. Tuesday.

There they found the stolen car abandoned. A baby boy was in the car alone. He was not in a car seat. Emergency responders took the baby to the Hennepin County Medical Center to be treated for hypothermia. Police said his condition was not life-threatening. Officers say they know the child and the mother’s identities but haven’t said how the baby ended up in the car.