Baby found buried alive in western Montana forest: police

(Reuters) – A 5-month-old infant was recovering on Tuesday after being buried alive in cold western Montana woods for about nine hours, and a 32-year-old man was charged with criminal endangerment, police said.

Police responding to Saturday calls of a man acting strangely and possibly armed near Lolo Hot Springs, outside Missoula, encountered Francis Crowley, 32, who told them that a baby who had been left in his care was buried somewhere in the mountains, the Missoula County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement.

A six-hour search led to the child being found alive in a soiled one-piece…

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