J'lem: Police help woman in labor on highway

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May 24, 2010 18:56

 
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The Jerusalem police department's traffic department helped escort a woman giving birth on the highway to the hospital on Monday afternoon.

The traffic police received a call stating that a woman traveling towards Jerusalem in a car on Highway 1 was experiencing labor complications.

Two police cars located the vehicle in question, opened up traffic for it, and successfully escorted the woman to the hospital.

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