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Decades later, she was found in a dumpster, a woman is trying to find out from the people who had saved her.
In 1983, a baby was found wrapped in a blanket in a dumpster near a shopping center in Atlanta, Georgia. Now, 36 years later, she’s back with her rescuers.
By Amanda Jones on and posted her plea on Facebook in the hopes that someone will recognize her story, so she can finally get her the recognition.
Along with the Facebook post, Jones has shared a photo of herself holding up a sign reading, “Hi! My name is Amanda Jones, I am looking for the person (s) that can be potentially saved my life. I was abandoned as a child in the Prado museum, Business Mall 56000 Roswell Road in January 1983.”
SOUTH DAKOTA IS ABOUT A WOMAN WHO WENT INTO LABOR WITH THE TRIPLETS AND THOUGHT THAT THE PAIN WAS FROM KIDNEY STONES.
Once they were discovered, Jones was placed in foster care and was eventually adopted, in a simple Lifestyle reports. The records from the time of birth, has reportedly been difficult, and Jones knows only bits and pieces of her own story.
To do this, she was reportedly stabbed with a DNA testing service to identify a few of her family members, including her parents.
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Jones told Yahoo Lifestyle in, “I still have to forgive them, and hope that one day that they will be with me and be cured of all of the secrets and the pain. I can’t imagine how it is to carry a 36-year-old secret of the impact a person mentally as well as physically.”
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Its main purpose, however, it seems that the people who found her and brought her to the proper authorities.
“I would like to thank those who found me, because it’s so much has changed in life in the right place at the right time,” she told Yahoo Lifestyle.