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Police officers deliver baby girl at police station

BELIZE CITY, Thurs. Aug. 27, 2020– Police at the Mahogany Street Police Station delivered a baby girl on the porch of the station at about 2:30 a.m. Saturday morning.

Paramedics and the BERT ambulance later went to the police station and took the baby and her mother to the hospital for examination, and both have been released and are at home.

The pregnant mother and her common-law husband went to the police station to get a ride to the hospital so that she could give birth, but when they arrived at the station, her contractions intensified and the baby started its passage out of her, and that was when Corporal  Lawrence Jones and WPC Nazira Abdullah sprang into action and successfully helped to deliver the baby girl.

The Commissioner of Police, Chester Williams, and the Police Department, along with the happy parents, thank Corporal Jones and WPC Abdullah for being of such great assistance during the delivery.

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