For the second time in 10 days, a Bergenfield baby was delivered at-home Friday morning.
Bergenfield EMTs, police officers and Holy Name Medical Center paramedics responded to a house on West Central Avenue at 8:35 a.m. where a baby girl was born, Bergenfield Volunteer Ambulance Corps Captain Ryan Shell said.
The baby and mom -- both healthy -- were transported to Englewood Hospital and Medical Center for treatment and recovery.
On March 7, EMTs and police officers delivered a baby boy during the snowstorm . They were reunited with him days later.
Last Saturday, Teaneck EMTs helped deliver a baby girl outside of Holy Name Medical Center in an ambulance.
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