Baby Born on the London Underground
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Now it's starting to become a trend, with another baby born in a tube station. Julia Kowalska exited her train at Kingsbury station, after suffering from stomach pains during the ride. Once in the station, an ambulance was summoned and it was determined that she was in labor. When paramedics arrived, they decided she was too far along to waste time going to the hospital so Ms. Kowalska delivered her baby in a supervisor's office.
Well, I guess if you're going to be born somewhere other than a hospital, the famous London Underground isn't too bad a choice. I suspect that kid will grow up to be a mover and shaker, just like the trains he was born with.