Two Infants Discovered Dead at Recycling Plant Only Six Hours Apart

by San Eli News

In New Brunswick, New Jersey, workers at a recycling plant were shocked to find two horrifying discoveries just hours apart from one another.

Police were called to the Colgate Paper Stock Recycling Processing Facility around 9:20 a.m. this past Wednesday, where they found the body of a newborn according to the New York Post.

2 Infants Discovered Dead at Recycling Plant Only 6 Hours Apart
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Unfortunately, six hours later, they then discovered yet another body on the property, also identified as a newborn child.

Police continue to investigate who the newborns are and why they may have ended up at the plant.

It is still unclear how exactly the babies died as their autopsy results are currently pending from the Middlesex Regional Medical Examiner’s Office. It is unclear if the infants are related.

2 Infants Discovered Dead at Recycling Plant Only 6 Hours Apart
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Colgate Paper Stock Recycling Processing Facility has been operating since 1974 and purchases paper along with other recyclables.

The facility, which runs 24-hours, collects close to 1,000 tons of recyclable materials each day.

Colgate is said to be fully cooperating with officials while they continue to search for clues as the investigation remains ongoing.