Newborn Arrives In Parking Lot Of Miami Birthing Center The center's doorbell camera caught the action, according to the Miami Herald. It shows the mom-to-be leaning over then the baby pops right into the midwife's hands.
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Newborn Arrives In Parking Lot Of Miami Birthing Center

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Newborn Arrives In Parking Lot Of Miami Birthing Center

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The center's doorbell camera caught the action, according to the Miami Herald. It shows the mom-to-be leaning over then the baby pops right into the midwife's hands.

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Good morning. I'm Rachel Martin. A pregnant woman arrived at a birthing center in Miami hoping to walk out with a baby. But she ended up walking in with one. The Miami Herald notes the doorbell camera caught the action. It shows the mom to be leaning over while a midwife tells onlooking cops, quote, "she's OK, she's here to have a baby" just as said baby pops right into the midwife's hands in the parking lot. Amidst all of it, good things, miraculous things, still happen.

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