Ireland Firefighters help deliver adorable baby boy for mum at home
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This young boy is definitely going to have a story to tell when he grows up after an arrival into the world to remember.
Dublin Fire Brigade has shared a picture after they helped to deliver the adorable baby boy at his home.
The newborn’s mum went into labour at home and needed the assistance of the fire crew.
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Heroic firefighters helped deliver the baby, and even shared an adorable snap of the tot on social media.
The pictures showed the new baby’s face just visible through the warm blanket given to him by the advanced paramedics who arrived at the home.
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“The ceiling, the walls, the beds. They were everywhere."
Happy birthday and congratulations on the arrival of the latestboy. Firefighters/Paramedics, including an Advanced Paramedic assisted mum in the safe delivery of the healthy baby at home before transport to a maternity hospital.
— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade)
The fire service wrote: ‘Happy birthday and congratulations on the arrival of the latest #DFBaby boy.
‘Firefighters/Paramedics, including an Advanced Paramedic assisted mum in the safe delivery of the healthy baby at home before transport to a maternity hospital.’
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