Nassau officers help deliver baby in Syosset

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Nassau police and first responders helped deliver a healthy baby boy in Syosset Friday evening, police said in a news release.

According to police, Second Precinct officers and a Nassau County Police Department ambulance responded to a call for a 35-year-old woman in labor on Pickwick Drive West at 7:35 p.m.

When they got there, officers and an ambulance medical technician successfully delivered the infant, born at 7:50 p.m.

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Both mother and baby were taken to the hospital and are reported to be in good condition, police said.

Earlier this week on Christmas Eve, a Nassau police officer and two ambulance medical technicians came to the aid of a 40-year-old woman in labor in a Bank of America parking lot in Great Neck. Minutes later she gave birth to a healthy baby girl in the back of an ambulance.

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