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Video: Hawaii Officer Delivers His Own Baby Daughter in Patrol Car

April 11, 2014
Officer Mario Ochoa, who is assigned to the Kona Patrol, was driving his wife Ryan to the hospital when she said the baby was coming.

Video: Hawaii Officer Delivers Own Baby Daughter in Patrol Car

April 11, 2014

Officer Mario Ochoa, who is assigned to the Kona Patrol, was driving his wife Ryan to the hospital when she said the baby was coming. Read Full Story Here.

Video: Calif. Officer Delivers Baby in Gas Station

February 3, 2014
A Simi Valley, Calif., police officer and his Explorer Scout ride-a-long delivered a baby girl at a 76 gas station Saturday.

Calif. Officer Helps Deliver Baby at Gas Station

February 3, 2014

A Simi Valley, Calif., police officer and his Explorer Scout ride-a-long delivered a baby girl at a 76 gas station Saturday. Read Full Story Here.

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