Walgett mother Alinta gives birth to her baby boy at 15,000 feet in the air on the way to the hospital
& # 39; I still can't believe it happened & # 39 ;: the first time mother had a baby at 15,000 feet after she went to work in the air on the way to the hospital
- A young mother gave birth to her first baby at 15,000 feet
- Alinta was flown to Dubbo, about a 45-minute flight from her home town of Walgett
- But only 15 minutes after the journey, the mother welcomed her son Alexander
- Alexander is the second baby born in the air in 10 years with Air Ambulance
A young mother brought her baby boy to 15,000 feet after she started working in the air on her way to her nearest hospital.
Alinta, who lives in Walgett in the regional north of New South Wales, was flown to a Dubbo hospital, about a 45-minute flight from her hometown.
But just 15 minutes after the trip, the mother of the first time had to deliver her healthy son Alexander via Air Ambulance on 7 June with the help of an obstetrician.
The first time mother Alinta (left by her partner Matt and midwife Matt Thompson) gave her first baby Alexander in the air on her way to her nearest hospital
& # 39; Matt (partner) was a bit worried, and so (we) got into the air ambulance, and 15 minutes later the air pleased, & # 39; Alinta told Sunrise.
& # 39; It was great, he (Alexander) was great, he was the best. (I) had no drama & # 39; s at all. I was pretty scared because it was the first time I was on the plane.
& # 39; I still can't believe it happened, become mommy and go up in the air and brag a little bit.
& # 39; Dear baby ever, I am very lucky with a first time mom. & # 39;
Just 15 minutes after the flight, the mother welcomed her son Alexander (photo) for the first time in a dramatic birth with the help of an obstetrician via Air Ambulance on 7 June
Alinta, who lives in Walgett in the regional north of New South Wales, flew by air bridge to Dubbo, about a 45-minute flight from her hometown
NSW Air Ambulance midwife Matt Thompson delivered his very first airplane baby.
& # 39; At 15,000 feet I was overjoyed that beating Mum & # 39; s chest was really lovely, it was a happy moment and Dad was outside of himself, he loved it, & # 39; he said.
Alexander has made history after becoming the second baby in 10 years to be born in a plane with NSW Air Ambulance.
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