A clinic in Austria has been ordered to pay 90,000 euros to a family who were the victims of a baby swap, Euronews informs.
The exchange is thought to have happened at a centre in Graz in 1990.
But it wasn’t until the girl was 22 that she discovered the couple who had raised her were not her genetic parents.
Now a court has told the clinic to pay 30,000 euros to each of the victims: both parents and Doris, the girl.
“Of course, it was a huge shock for me and my daughter,” Evelin Grünwald, the mother told Krone daily in 2016.