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Boston EMTs Deliver Baby Girl in Home

BOSTON, Mass. -- Two Boston EMS EMTs from Ambulance 12, Lyndon Williams and Matt Bryer, helped deliver a baby girl this morning in a Dorchester home.

At approximately 11:03 a.m., the crew was called to a woman in labor on Levant Street in Dorchester. The crew arrived and aided the woman through childbirth, with the baby girl being born at approximately 11:17 a.m.

Mom and baby appeared to be doing well and were transported to Mass General Hospital. It was the woman's second child.

EMT Bryer has been with Boston EMS for four years and this is his second delivery. EMT Williams has been with Boston EMS for 26 years and has helped deliver more than 20 babies.

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