This is great: the police woman decided to feed the lonely baby, while the hospital staff was busy

She was on duty in the hospital when a little boy was brought there by ambulance.

The woman in the photo is Celeste Ayala, a young mother and officer.

Policewoman breastfeeds an abandoned baby because the hospital staff are too busy with their own business

She was on duty in the hospital when a little boy with obvious signs of exhaustion was brought there by ambulance. The child was taken from a family where they did not treat him well and did not look closely.

The boy cried, but the doctors at that moment were not up to him. Celeste herself still breastfeed her daughter, who is not yet a year old.

During the shift, the woman was just accumulating milk. She, without hesitation, fed a stranger hungry baby right in the hospital corridor.

Policewoman breastfeeds an abandoned baby because the hospital staff are too busy with their own business

This story is hardly known to many. But the police officer Buenos Aires Marcos Eredia published on Facebook a photograph of his colleague in the middle of a hospital corridor, dressed in a form that feeds the child with his chest.

The post has become viral, today more than 112 thousand likes.

All the Argentine media began to write about the deeds of Celeste. In an interview with Cronica, she described her feelings that day:

«I noticed that the child was hungry: he put his fists in his mouth. I asked him to give me to lull him, asked if he could feed him. It was a very sad moment. My heart was torn when I looked at him. The society should be attentive to such situations, we must make sure that this does not happen»

Policewoman breastfeeds an abandoned baby because the hospital staff are too busy with their own business

It so coincided that on August 14, when this happened, women-police celebrate their professional holiday in Argentina.

As a result, the story reached the Minister of Security, he invited the Celesta to the reception, announced his gratitude and made it to the sergeants.

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