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EMTs deliver baby on Northway

Mom, child fine; speeding dad gets off with warning

Colonie EMS Captain paramedic Erin Kelly, stands in front of her vehicle at the Public Safety Building on Wolf Road Tuesday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Colonie EMS Captain paramedic Erin Kelly, stands in front of her vehicle at the Public Safety Building on Wolf Road Tuesday.
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Erin Kelly received the call at 8:54 a.m. Sunday. It was already bright and sunny out. “Come expeditiously,” she remembers the police officer saying. Six minutes later, four members of the Colonie EMS arrived at a most unusual scene on the Northway, just past the Twin Bridges at the Albany County line. A state police trooper had pulled a red pickup truck over for speeding, but the driver had a pretty good reason for clocking ...


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BROBERTS1
August 15, 2013
8:59 a.m.

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This is why EMTs, firefighters & police officers are the real heros.

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