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St. Louis, Missouri / Stolen Baby Mystery #1083454

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 12, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.

(St. Louis: Gary Tuchman) The story of the stolen baby mystery set in St. Louis' Homer G. Phillips Hospital that closed in 1979 presented; details given about the family investigation; scenes shown of the mother-daughter reunion. [Mother Zeila Jackson PRICE - recounts giving birth November 25, 1965, but was told the baby died; comments on meeting her daughter.] [Daughter, adopted as an infant, Melanie {"Diane"} GILMORE@- tells her story.] Other questions about births at that hospital outlined. [Gave birth at that hospital, Brenda STEWART@-, Leatrice BARRY@- list the dates they gave birth & were told the babies died.] [Retired pediatrician Dr. Mary A.T. TILLMAN@- explains how she would have handled a baby death at that hospital.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Gary Tuchman) Melanie's decision to move from Oregon to St. Louis to be close to her mother discussed.

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson;
Tuchman, Gary
Duration:
00:07:30

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