Light Snow In Atlanta Causes Baby To Be Born In Traffic
A baby girl was born inside a car after light snow in Atlanta made road conditions so bad, her parents could not reach the hospital in time.
The baby was delivered around 5:25 p.m. without complications, with help from the father and a police officer, CBS reports.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, paramedics were dispatched to take the family to the hospital.
Only 1-2 inches of snow have fallen on Atlanta, but traffic in the area has come to a near standstill. Here's a shot of the traffic near where the baby was born, on Interstate 285 in Sandy Springs, just north of the city. This was taken about an hour after the delivery:
Georgia Department of Transportation
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