Firefighters Help Deliver Baby At Newburyport Fire Station

NEWBURYPORT (CBS) — Three firefighters are being credited with helping deliver a baby at the fire station.

Newburyport Fire Chief Christopher LeClaire said the bundle of joy arrived at Station 2 around noon on Thursday, after a Haverhill man pulled into the parking lot of fire station on Storey Avenue and began honking his car horn.

baby couple Firefighters Help Deliver Baby At Newburyport Fire Station

Humphrey Matombo and Memory Chihwayi pose with their newborn, Jayden, who was born at the fire station. (Newburyport Fire Department pic)

Humphrey Matombo told firefighters that his wife was in labor in the vehicle and that they were not going to make it to the hospital in time before the baby was born.

Firefighters Robert Morse, John Stomboly and Joshua Mesina saw that the baby’s head was crowning. They jumped into action and helped deliver a baby boy, assisting the baby with taking his…

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