Pregnant Woman Boards Plane without Symptoms, Leaves with Her Baby in Her Arms
Newborns mostly wail for milk and to have their diapers changed at all hours of the morning and night, with no concern for their parent's time, precious sleep, or schedules. However, one newborn took this inclination to the ultimate extreme.
In the future, one woman will have a fabulous story to tell about her birth. Nevertheless, for now, the adorable little one remains unaware of the unintended trouble she caused while up in the sky.
A pregnant Liliana Acevedo Castaneda was boarding a flight to Atlanta from Mexico, without any indication that she may be ready to give birth on that day.
Liliana Acevedo Castaneda holding her newborn Analia.┃Source: youtube.com/FOX 5 Atlanta
AN IMPATIENT NEWBORN
As the airplane took off, this pregnant lady, her fellow passengers, the flight attendants, and the captain had no idea what they were in for.
An hour into the flight, Castaneda realized she was beginning to have contractions. The baby was ready to make her way into the world, no matter what.
Liliana Acevedo Castaneda.┃Source: youtube.com/FOX 5 Atlanta
An onboard nurse began to take care of Castaneda, bringing her to the back of the plane and administering oxygen. The mother-to-be was told that she could not give birth to the baby for safety purposes until they landed.
At this point, they were nearly four hours away from their destination, where emergency services were waiting to take care of Castaneda.
An airplane landing.┃Source: youtube.com/FOX 5 Atlanta
TAKING IMMEDIATE ACTION
Finally, after a challenging trip, the plane began landing as it flew faster to ensure that the mom and her newborn would get the care they needed. Firefighter Wanetta Nash who was on scene recollected:
“When we got to the gate, we noticed that the airplane was coming in exceedingly fast.”
The plane finally touched down at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, with medics racing into the airplane to help deliver the early-to-arrive little girl.
Firefighter Wanetta Nash.┃Source: youtube.com/FOX 5 Atlanta
A BEAUTIFUL MEMORY IN MOTION
Luckily, the plane didn't arrive late, and Analia was delivered right there, and then, her birth was announced by way of piercing cries. Then the celebrations began. Nash then expanded on the story, stating:
"One of the flight attendants got on the microphone, and she was able to say, ‘hey, we have a baby girl!’”
As if it were a scene out of a movie, the fellow passengers all burst into applause. A healthy baby girl had finally been born, as a grateful mother found herself on solid land, ready to take on a new phase of life.
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