More than 100 community members came to the Garden of Innocence in Fresno on Saturday, Oct. 28 to help bury babies who had been abandoned.
More than 100 community members came to the Garden of Innocence in Fresno on Saturday, Oct. 28 to help bury babies who had been abandoned. JESSICA JOHNSON jjohnson@fresnobee.com
More than 100 community members came to the Garden of Innocence in Fresno on Saturday, Oct. 28 to help bury babies who had been abandoned. JESSICA JOHNSON jjohnson@fresnobee.com

Five abandoned babies were laid to rest Saturday morning in a Garden of Innocence

October 28, 2017 01:38 PM

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