PASCO - Looking at Salvador Campos cradled in his father's arms, it's hard to tell the baby entered the world any differently from anyone else.
He makes facial expressions and looks around, sleeps, squirms and drinks from a bottle. He'll flash a sleepy smile, and he has an expression in which he sticks his bottom lip out as if he's mighty irked about something.
When his father, Juan Felipe Campos Gomez, 35, of Pasco, holds his son and looks at him, he smiles at the life and beauty he sees in an infant who survived an almost unimaginable birth.
Salvador was cut from his mother's womb June 27, and his mother, Araceli Camacho Gomez, was found dead in Columbia Park a few hours later.
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