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09-21-06, 10:23 AM #1
Officer delivers baby at busy intersection
A Richmond police officer delivered a baby in a busy intersection yesterday. Sgt. Marty Kochell was driving home from the Ray Dandridge trial Tuesday night when he was flagged down at the intersection of Main and Belvidere. The driver in another car told him her passenger was about to give birth. Kochell dialed 911 while another officer blocked traffic. But the baby arrived before paramedics did.
"My team and I were on the Dandridge trial this week and it was very emotional for all of us just going through all the deaths of that family and it was very nice to see a child coming into the world a birth and it just made the day a little bit better after the end of the trial yesterday," Kochell said.
A hospital spokesperson says the mother and her baby boy are doing great.
09-21-06, 11:12 AM #2
always good to see when the media talks about the good things we do as oppose to the all the negative stuff they put on tv about us
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09-21-06, 11:24 AM #3
Thats a good one. NJ is right it is good to see the good things in the news about us every now and then
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09-21-06, 11:38 AM #4
I would have been like "whooaaaa, put that back in there! Gross! Heeeelp!"
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09-21-06, 02:14 PM #6
That's my old Sgt. I'm kinda proud of him...
09-21-06, 02:24 PM #7
I hope that I never have to deliver a child while on duty for fear of hurting the baby. But if I ever do I will be posting about the best thing I have ever done as an officer.
Kudos to the officer!
09-21-06, 03:04 PM #8
Good for him. That's why I have one of these.
"Stupid should hurt."
09-22-06, 03:46 PM #9
Are emergency baby delivery techniques part of police training? Just wondering. Or do police officers who deliver babies have to wing it and try to remember what they learned from the birth scene in "Gone With the Wind"?
09-22-06, 04:38 PM #10
I don't know nothin bout birthin no babies, miss jenna!
09-22-06, 05:40 PM #11
i just know how to make babies" The hardest thing about disarming an armed suspect is not slipping on your own shit "
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