Boats, Lawns and Worse: Seven Extreme Birth Stories

"Even a doctor in a park, the most important thing they can do is calling an ambulance," said Moore. "Even if an ob-gyn happens to be walking in the park, he isn't going to have something to clean the baby, to suction the baby, to tie off an umbilical cord."

After the baby comes, Moore said it's important not to assume the mother and child don't need to go to the hospital.

"Even if they look fine, even if the baby is cooing and nursing and everything looks fine, it's very important to get them checked out," she said.

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