Ohio FF-medics get visit from baby they delivered along side of road

2-week-old Julian Juan Torres and his family stopped by Columbus Station 27 to say thank you


Bethany Bruner
The Columbus Dispatch

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Columbus firefighters at Station 27 got a special visit on Tuesday from a 2-week-old baby they delivered along the side of Route 315.

The little boy, Julian Juan Torres, was born Oct. 11 in a vehicle on the side of the roadway on the city's Northwest Side.

Julian Juan Torres was born on Oct. 11, 2021, delivered by Columbus firefighter-paramedics along the side of Route 315.
Julian Juan Torres was born on Oct. 11, 2021, delivered by Columbus firefighter-paramedics along the side of Route 315. (Photo/Columbus Division of Fire)

According to the Columbus Division of Fire, a call was received around 4:40 p.m. Oct. 11 about a woman in labor. The woman was attempting to get to the hospital, but Julian apparently could not wait.

City firefighter-paramedics safely delivered Julian and then transported him and his mother to a local hospital for further evaluation.

Julian weighed 9 pounds 5 ounces and measured at 20.5 inches long.

On Tuesday, Julian's family took him to city fire Station 27 to thank the paramedics who helped bring him into the world.

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