A 33-year-old woman gave birth to a baby girl on a flight to New York from Jordan, airport officials said.
The incident took place at around 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
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Port Authority police said the girl’s parents, who are from Monroe, were in a Manhattan-bound taxi when the mother went into labor around 6:30 a.m.
New mom Mariejunia Ally, 33, went into labor about two months early as she was waiting for the bus in Elmont around 6:40 a.m. Friday.
Michelle Clarke, 29, delivered daughter Savannah at about 1:30 p.m. Friday, just two hours after younger sister Christina Santos-Santiago delivered little Nicolas.
911 operator Christine Hogan said she realized the baby was not going to wait for emergency crews to arrive, so she walked the mother through delivery step by step.
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Chantelle LeGrande, 28, said she was in the front seat of the car and her boyfriend Gregory Mars was driving, racing from their home in Queens to Plainview Hospital, when she felt the baby coming.
The accident took place shortly before noon on Fairview Avenue and involved a black minivan and a FedEx delivery van.
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