Tuesday, October 30, 2012

N.J. Hospital Truck Helps Mom in Labor During Hurricane Sandy



During Hurricane Sandy's high winds and heavy rain, a New Jersey woman gave birth to a baby boy in a hospital's make-shift medical shelter to aid residents immobilized  by flooding. Christine Schleppy, 34, was only 35 weeks into her pregnancy when she started having contractions. It is believed that the barometric pressure during a hurrican can bring on labor.

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