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Troopers help deliver a baby in Seneca County

Press Release

On the morning of April 15, 2024, a call came through to Seneca County's 911 dispatch center, alerting them to an urgent situation at the Lowe's store in the town of Waterloo. A woman was in active labor and needed immediate assistance. Without hesitation, Trooper Joseph Vinci and Trooper Alexander Mullen were dispatched to the location to provide critical aid to the expectant mother.


Upon arrival, they found the woman in the backseat of a car, her labor progressing rapidly. With great care and expertise, they helped to deliver a beautiful baby girl, ensuring that the mother and newborn received the best possible care in a challenging situation.


North Seneca Ambulance arrived on the scene shortly after and took both mother and child to F.F. Thompson Hospital where they were examined and found to be in good health. Thanks to the swift actions of Trooper Vinci and Trooper Mullen, this miraculous event had a happy ending.


Contact Troop E Public Information Officer: Trooper Lynnea Crane

Troop E Commander:

Major Miklos S. Szoczei

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