Fetus found at wastewater plant in Stamford

A fetus was discovered among the trash coming into a wastewater treatment plant today.The discovery was made at Stamford's Water Pollution Control Authority facility off

STAMFORD - A fetus was discovered among the trash coming into a wastewater treatment plant today.

The discovery was made at Stamford's Water Pollution Control Authority facility off Magee Avenue.

Police say the fetus was very young and was approximately four inches long.

Investigators have ordered an autopsy to help determine from whom the fetus came from and how it ended up at the facility.

The facility handles waste water from the entire city.

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