Border Patrol Agents Assist in Delivering Honduran Woman’s B
MCALLEN – U.S. Border Patrol agents helped deliver a Honduran woman’s baby.
Agents assigned to the McAllen area say they found the woman in distress Thursday.
The woman was in pain and going into labor. That’s when agents called emergency services and delivered the child.
The mother and newborn were transported by an ambulance to the hospital.
Both remain in stable condition.
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