Suburban Atlanta Police Help Deliver Baby in Snowbound Traffic
January 30, 2014
Police in suburban Atlanta say they helped deliver a baby girl along a highway when snow and ice brought traffic to a crawl and sometimes a halt, the Associated Press reports.
Sandy Springs (Ga.) Police Capt. Steve Rose says the baby girl was delivered around 5:20 p.m. Tuesday. It's unclear if her parents were headed to the hospital when they got stuck in the horn-honking snarl that caused 30-minute commutes to turn into hours-long odysseys.
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Ima Leprechaun @ 2/1/2014 11:31 AM
I am so glad I never had to do that. That was the only thing I never wanted to do. I was trained how to deliver babies in the field but I never wanted to use that training and I didn't. Congrats to the Officers involved in this story.
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