Huntington Baby Arrives With Assist From Police

A Huntington mother delivered her baby in a vehicle early Sunday morning, with an assist from Suffolk County police.

The baby girl arrived at 3:41 a.m. Police said that Dusty Haynes flagged down a patrol vehicle outside the Fourth Precinct stationhouse at 727 Veterans Memorial Highway and told Officer William Corwin, that his wife, Nicole Davino was in labor in their stopped vehicle.

Corwin called for backup, and multiple Fourth Precinct units responded to the scene. Officer Scott Fowler, assisted by Officer Robyn Cronin, Officer Francis Trezza and Officer Corwin delivered the baby.

Davino, 35,  and her baby were taken to Stony Brook University Hospital by
Smithtown Rescue ambulance. Both are doing well.

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