A family already mourning was dealt a terrible blow: Jersey City's Christ Hospital apparently threw away the body of their dead newborn with the trash. Grieving mother Kalynn Moore told WCBS 2 that the funeral home went to pick of the body, but were unable to find it, "I looked at them and said, 'Excuse me?' And they were like. 'We can't find your son.'" Her cousin added that she accompanied the baby to the morgue—"He had ID bracelets on both ankles. There was a tag on the t-shirt, and a tag on the blankets." The hospital told the Jersey Journal that baby was stillborn on December 21 (the family says the baby was born alive and declared dead 20 minutes later). The body was apparently thrown out by the time the funeral home inquired on January 2. Police are now searching garbage dumps in NJ and Pennsylvania and Christ Hospital said, "Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, and we hope to bring this unfortunate situation to a resolution as soon as possible."