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The long arm of the law helped to deliver a baby outside a Cornish police station. Christina Kacorri and her husband Max still had 20 miles to go before they reached hospital to give birth to their second child. So they made an emergency stop at Camborne police station.
And, as our Cornwall corresponent Steve Hardy reports, the five officers on night shift rolled up their sleeves and assisted the arrival of a healthy baby boy.
PC Dave Cracknell who helped to deliver a baby boy in the car park of Camborne Police Station told us that baby Kacori wasn't going to "hang around"
Five policemen have been thanked by the mother of a newborn baby they helped to deliver in Cornwall. Christina Kacori was on her way to hospital in Truro with her husband but knew they wouldn't make it in time.
They stopped at a police station in Camborne where the baby boy was born in the back seat of their car.