New York-ma het herenig met die beampte en paramedikus wat gehelp het om baba op Oukersaand te baar

Chelsea Anderson het gewag op 'n Des. 27 afspraak vir 'n keisersnee wanneer “die baba het ander planne gehad” rondom 7 nm. Des. 24, volgens die Suffolk County Police Department.

She went into labor – and knowing her child’s umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck, she called 911.

Chelsea Anderson het gewag op

Chelsea Anderson het gewag op 'n Des. 27 afspraak vir 'n keisersnee wanneer “die baba het ander planne gehad” rondom 7 nm. op Des. 24, volgens die Suffolk County Police Department. (Suffolk County Police Department)

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It ended up being a Merry Christmas for Chelsea, Richard, en hul kinders,” Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison said Wednesday at a news conference.

Richard Hammond is the baby’s father.

In response to the call, Officer Kyle Negrin and Eric Ramirez, a paramedic, sped over to Francis Mooney Drive, in Ridge, New York, oor 15 miles from Stony Brook University Hospital.

When Negrin arrived at the scene and saw Chelsea in the back seat, his instincts kicked into play, his training, him being the father of three,” Harrison gesê. “He was able to calm Chelsea down, get Chelsea into a Ridge Fire Department ambulance – but that was the easy part.

"It ended up being a Merry Christmas for Chelsea, Richard, en hul kinders," Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison said Wednesday at a news conference.

It ended up being a Merry Christmas for Chelsea, Richard, en hul kinders,” Suffolk County Police Commissioner Rodney K. Harrison said Wednesday at a news conference. (Suffolk County Police Department)

In the ambulance, which Ridge Fire Commissioner Brian Brooks was driving for the holiday call, Anderson’s baby boy was born. The two first responders delivered him in the back of the vehicle and successfully unwrapped the umbilical cord. He weighed 7 pounds and 5 onse. Anderson named him Avion.

It was a very unexpected delivery,” Anderson said Wednesday at a police news conference. “I was very nervous, very scared, especially with the umbilical cord wrapped around three times.

The proud new mom showed of her healthy infant.

Probably the proudest moment of my career, delivering Avion,” Negrin said during the conference. “And I am very appreciative that we get to meet everyone in this setting as opposed to the scary setting we had on Christmas Eve.

In response to the call, Officer Kyle Negrin and Eric Ramirez, a paramedic, sped over to Francis Mooney Drive, oor 15 miles from Stony Brook University Hospital.

In response to the call, Officer Kyle Negrin and Eric Ramirez, a paramedic, sped over to Francis Mooney Drive, oor 15 miles from Stony Brook University Hospital. (Suffolk County Police Department)

Avion comes as police face a morale crisis around the country – facing short-staffing, left-wing protests and calls for budget cuts. But Negrin saw a bright side.

Whether it be a fatal car accident, a shooting, a lot of negative things that police deal with, this was something nice and a good feeling to deal with,” Negrin said.

Fox News’ Sarah Rumpf contributed to this report.

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