Dispatcher, aunt, help deliver baby
IRVINGTON, NJ (WABC) -- A pregnant woman in Irvington, New Jersey called 911 for help as her contractions came on suddenly hard and fast.
An ambulance was still minutes away and the baby began to come out.
"The baby's head is coming," said her aunt.
"This is normal," said the dispatcher.
"She's out, she's out! I got her, I got her!" yelled the aunt.
Alicia Chaney gave birth to a healthy baby girl with the help from her aunt and a calm 911 dispatcher.
She named the baby Malaysia.
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