A NJ woman filed a lawsuit against Jersey City's Christ Hospital for losing the body of her stillborn baby. Kalynn Moore had given birth in December; according to the Jersey Journal, "Arrangements were made to pick up the remains for a burial on Jan. 2, but when representatives from the funeral parlor arrived at the hospital, the remains couldn't be located in the morgue." Hospital officials admitted that the baby's corpse was probably thrown out in the trash; police searched garbage dumps in NJ and Pennsylvania to no avail, leading them to suspect the body was incinerated. The lawsuit notes that the incident has left Moore unable to get closure on her son's death. The state has already fined the hospital over $20,000 for "failing in its morgue operations for bodies and remains."