Cops help deliver baby in backseat of car
Police helped deliver a baby on the back seat of his parents' car in Sydney this morning when the little boy arrived before the couple could reach hospital. Officers were called to the corner of Vernon Street and Wardell Road in Lewisham in the city's inner west early this morning when the 28-year-old woman went into labour.Several police men and women helped deliver the baby boy who was born at 4.10am on the backseat of his parents' car. © Supplied/Facebook Police officers helped deliver the baby when they were called to Lewisham in the city's inner west.
A woman's car was stolen with her four-month-old baby inside . It happened in Lauderhill.
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A man has allegedly stolen a car with a baby girl still inside in northern NSW.
The 11-month-old baby girl was strapped into a baby seat in the car, which was parked outside a shop on Union Street in South Lismore on Thursday morning, still running and with the air-conditioning on.
After allegedly stealing a drink from the shop the 25-year-old man is accused of getting in the Holden Commodore and leaving the area with the baby girl still in the car, police say.
A witness and the man who owned the car followed the man towards the Bruxner Highway before parking in front of the stolen vehicle at a set of traffic lights.
The man, the witness and a passing police officer tried to then get into the car, when the man alleged to have stolen the vehicle reversed in an attempt to escape, hitting a car behind him.
The man was arrested and charged with taking a motor vehicle with an occupant on board, stealing a motor vehicle, using an offensive instrument to prevent apprehension, driving while disqualified and shoplifting.
He was refused bail and is due to appear at Lismore Local Court on Friday.
Horror as distressed two-year-old is left in a hot car outside a shopping centre in 36C heat .
Bystanders noticed a two-year-old crying inside a locked car at Casuarina Shopping Centre in Darwin at about 3pm on Sunday. Paramedics were called to the car park and rescued the 'extremely distressed' toddler.St John Ambulance regional manager Andrew Everingham said the car's engine was turned off and it was a 'very, very hot day' as temperatures soared across the territory.© Provided by Daily Mail Bystanders noticed a two-year-old crying inside a locked car at a Darwin shopping centre car park 'It doesn't take long for a child to become really distressed and overcome by that heat,' he told NT News.