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Ireland Mum gives birth at popular retail park near Dublin Airport after unexpectedly going into labour

00:05  31 january  2020
00:05  31 january  2020 Source:   dublinlive.ie

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The new mum went into labour at Airside Retail … A pregnant had a shock on Wednesday morning when she unexpectedly gave birth at a Dublin retail park .

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a sign on the side of a road: Airside Retail Park © Google Maps Airside Retail Park

A pregnant had a shock on Wednesday morning when she unexpectedly gave birth at a Dublin retail park. The new mum went into labour at Airside Retail Park in Swords, not far from Dublin Airport. A paramedic team from Dublin Fire Brigade raced to the woman's aid and she gave birth in the back of their ambulance. Fortunately it was an uncomplicated deliver and mother and baby are said to be doing well.

Dublin Fire Brigade took to social media to share the incredible story. They said: "You may have seen one of our ambulances pulled in at Airside in Swords this morning. "The Paramedics were assisting a mother in delivering her baby in the back of the ambulance. "An uncomplicated delivery: Mother and baby doing well. Congratulations to the newest #DFBaby."

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Dublin Airport Car Parks offers a wide range of convenient parking options at unbeatable value. Dublin Airport provides a Fast Track security service, Lounges, a 24 hour private Terminal and “We have attended to women who have unexpectedly gone into labour but this was the first birth we

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Getty © 2014-2017 Tomasz Skoczen Getty And just hours later, DFB were on hand again when a woman unexpectedly gave birth at home. DFB shared a picture of the new mum and her baby, who has been named Adriel, in the back of an ambulance. They said: "#HappyBirthday to baby Adriel unexpectedly born at home today with the assistance of our Donnybrook fire crew including FF/P Wilson and FF/AP O’Connor.

"Transported to hospital by one of HQ based ambulance crews. Mum, Baby and Dad all doing great. Second #DFBaby born today." Congratulations to the new mums and well done to those hero paramedics.

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