Cranes Snap in Fla. Due to Irma Winds

Cranes Snap in Fla. Due to Irma Winds

Cranes Snap in Fla. Due to Irma Winds

The mother and her newborn were later taken to a hospital, the city tweeted. "How are we going to survive from here?" asked Gwen Bush, who waded through thigh-deep floodwaters outside her central Florida home to reach National Guard rescuers and get a ride to a shelter. Instead, a dispatcher, with the help of paramedics and a doctor from Jackson Memorial Hospital, walked the woman through delivery over the phone-including passing her placenta and cutting and tying off her umbilical cord. Emergency crews had to take an armored vehicle in order to respond to the call for help, however storm damage made it hard to get to the residence in time. "Dispatch told her how to tie it off". "She's stable at home", Assistant Fire Chief Eloy Garcia told the Herald.

But Pons said the cranes are created to withstand winds up to 145 miles per hour, meaning some could fall if Irma made a direct hit on Miami. The woman and girl were not identified. The project was being developed by New York-based Property Markets Group, according to The Real Deal, a South Florida real estate news website.

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The heavy rain also flooded streets in Broward county and West Palm Beach. She did what any fearless woman in her situation would do-delivered the baby, all by herself. "We are not closed. We have great plans in place". And with it, this massive storm has already brought a few unique birth stories.

There is an unproven belief that storms can increase the number of babies born.

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One expert, Dr Shannon Clark, an associate professor in the division of maternal fetal medicine at University of Texas said that the reason for the increased births is inconclusive, though it could have something to do with the low barometric pressure that comes with a hurricane.

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