Photo: Warren Chadwick
As a community we are coming together to recognise this man Warren Chadwick who selflesly saved the life of baby April. Baby April was born in Silcocks Arcade Southport.
Baby Aprils birth was unsupervised and baby April was abandoned. This man is a hero and deserves his dream.
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Warren Chadwick who works at the silcocks group talks exclusively to OTSnews after saving the babys life, Friday 17 April 2015
“I had been on my dinner break and as I went back into the arcade I heard another member of staff shout to me get your gloves!
I got my gloves, put them on and the member off staff told me there is a baby in the toilet!
I ran to the toilet saw a baby upside down in the toilet pan, I could not believe it. I saw movement in babys tummy, pulled the baby out and pat it on the back a few times I then wrapped the baby up and held the baby to my chest as the baby was stone cold.
I shouted ‘call the police and ambulance quick’
I felt so relieved when baby was crying a little, I went to the front door and told member of staff to put the door heater on in attempted to keep baby warm.
The police turned up quickly, I got in the police car with the baby and went to Southport hospital I stayed with baby till she got transferred to Ormskirk.
I felt more upset seeing the baby go to Ormskirk alone but I knew she was in safe hands.
I am just glad she was alive I think another 10 minutes and it may have been a different story”.
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