Voorhees police officer delivers baby in SUV
VOORHEES, N.J. - January 17, 2014 (WPVI) -- A Voorhees police officer used his quick thinking to deliver a woman's baby in the front seat of an SUV.
Around 4:20 Friday morning, Ofc. Bill Walsh and Ocf. Pat Kerper were driving along Kirkwood-Gibbsboro Road.
The officers pulled over when they noticed a vehicle flashing their high-beams.
Inside the vehicle were Joel and Donnismarie Wallace.
Officers were informed that Donnismarie was in labor. Jumping into the front seat, Ofc. Kerper delivered a healthy baby boy.
Donnismarie and baby Gabriel were taken to Virtua Voorhees Hospital. Both mom and baby were said to be okay.
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