On November 9, 2002, Wesley Keck of Artlington's Fire Station No. 12 in Texas, found an abandoned day-old baby — covered in a blanket in a baby carrier — outside the firehouse.
Last Thursday, Koregan Quintanilla, now 10, was reunited with the firefighter who saved him as an infant.
Keck found the baby peacefully sleeping outside the station.
"Somebody wanted him found. There was a diaper in his carrier with him, a bottle," Keck told KHOU. "We've talked about it a lot, many different times over the years, just wondering how he's doing."
According to ABC News, "under Texas' Baby Moses Law, implemented in 2001, a person can leave an infant up to 60 days old at a hospital or fire station with no questions asked for Child Protective Services to take custody of."
The child was taken by Texas' Child Protective Services. Keck knew the boy was adopted, but little else. Since the day of the rescue, he kept a photo of the baby in his locker atRead More »from Texas boy reunites with fireman who saved him as an infant