The city of Warsaw could soon become the seventh location in Indiana to have a baby box.
Today council members are expected to vote on bringing a baby box to the community.
This comes after a mother surrendered her child under the Safe Haven law in Kosciusko County just days ago.
It's the first time for it to happen in that county.
Baby boxes allows a woman to safely give up her baby anonymously.
Warsaw's proposed baby box would go in at Fire Station 2.
Warsaw's mayor says all of the details surrounding the baby box have been worked out. The council just needs to pass the proposal at tonight's meeting to put the plan in motion.