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Texas nurses run over to local park and help woman in labor

By Mason White 10:55 AM February 19, 2014
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By: Sanvi Rizvi
(Scroll down for video) Janna Oehlschlaeger and her husband, checked into the Inanna Birth & Women’s Care facility after she went into labor with her son.

A doctor told Oehlschlaeger that she was 5 centimeters dilated.

Thinking that they had a lot of time, the couple decided to go for a walk in the local park.

While they were on the grounds surrounding the Texas Women’s University, Oehlschlaeger’s water broke and she suddenly felt the need to push. She knew that her baby was about to be born.

Her worried husband tried to take her back to the birthing center.

Meanwhile, the couple’s friend, ran into the building to alert staff to what was happening.

Nurses made ​​their way over to Oehlschlaeger and helped deliver the child. A healthy Henry Tod was born in the middle of the park.

The mother and baby were then taken into the birthing center, where they were cared for.