Woman Didn't Know She Was Pregnant


GENEVA-ON-THE-LAKE, Ohio (UPI) — An Ohio woman said a police officer helped deliver her baby when she didn’t even know she was pregnant.

McKenzie Acierno said she and her husband called 911 early Sunday when she was experiencing severe stomach pains, the Ashtabula (Ohio) Star Beacon reported Wednesday.

“I told my husband that it felt almost like I was having a baby,” she said.

Geneva-on-the-Lake auxiliary police officer Sandy Davis arrived at the home and discovered Acierno was indeed having a baby.

“I had no idea I was pregnant,” Acierno said. “I had no side effects, no morning sickness or anything. Suddenly, there was a lot of pain and then there was a baby. Two pushes and that was it.”

The baby girl was born at 6 pounds, 14 ounces. She is the couple’s third child.

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