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The 2.3-kilogram (five-pound) baby who was stuck in a toilet pipe for two to three hours, sleeps in an incubator at the Pujiang People's Hospital on May 29, 2013, where nurses dubbed him 'Baby No 59' after the machine's number. The fall of the newborn baby into a toilet pipe in China was accidental and his mother will not be prosecuted, local officials said, adding the boy is healthy. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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The 2.3-kilogram (five-pound) baby who was stuck in a toilet pipe for two to three hours, sleeps in an incubator at the Pujiang People's Hospital on May 29, 2013, where nurses dubbed him 'Baby No 59' after the machine's number. The fall of the newborn baby into a toilet pipe in China was accidental and his mother will not be prosecuted, local officials said, adding the boy is healthy. CHINA OUT AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read STR/AFP/Getty Images)
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