Police and Rescue Squads Deliver Twins in North Bellmore.

Police report assisting in the delivery of twins on Wednesday, June 18, at 9:37 a.m. in North Bellmore.

According to the Nassau County Police Department, police officers and police medical technicians responded to a Gina Court residence to find a 29-year-old woman in labor. While attempting to transport the mother to the hospital, the officers and AMTs delivered baby boy number one on the front lawn of the residence. Baby boy number two was delivered inside the ambulance en route to the Nassau University Medical Center. Both boys and mother are healthy and resting comfortably.

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