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Here are the first four sentences from the Sacramento Bee and Orion stories:
The Sacramento Bee
Amelia Sekhon, a 23-year-old student at California State University, Chico, was pumping gas near Highway 99 about noon Monday when a woman in her 20s approached Sekhon and asked for help.
Sekhon thought the stranger was begging for money and said she couldn’t help her, according to Lodi police Officer Hettie Schaeffer.
Instead, the woman handed Sekhon a bundle wrapped in a green towel. “I can’t handle this,” the woman said, and then walked away.
When Sekhon unfolded the towel, she found a newborn baby boy.
Amelia Sekhon, a 23-year-old Chico State graduate, was pumping gas near Highway 99, in Lodi, on Monday when she was approached by a woman asking for help. Sekhon thought the woman was asking for money and shrugged her off, said Hettie Schaeffer of the Lodi Police Department.
The woman instead handed Sekhon a bundle wrapped in a towel and walked away. Sekhon unfolded the towel and found a newborn baby boy inside.