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Va. Officer Helps Deliver Baby

May 24, 2012  | 

Arlington County (Va.) Police Cpl. Steve Troyano helped deliver a baby in the back seat of an SUV, after the frantic sister of the mother contacted him.

The sister contacted Troyono at a traffic stop around 6:35 p.m. Wednesday. Cpl. Troyano radioed for medics. At 6:41 p.m., the baby girl was born, four minutes before the arrival of an ambulance, reports the Sun Gazette.


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Retired ACPD @ 5/25/2012 10:05 AM

Steve is a former co-worker of mine and should be commended for his performance. As far as the title of this article goes, Steve is not a deputy. He is a Corporal with the Arlington County Police Department which is a altogether separate agency from the County's Sheriffs Department.

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