Firefighters reunited with baby dropped off at fire station
Nearly nine months have passed since baby Naomi was dropped off at the station; they attended her adoption ceremony in November
SANTA ANA, Calif. — A baby named Naomi who was dropped off at an Orange County fire station is still touching the hearts of the firefighters who saved her.
On Wednesday, the baby's adoptive mother brought Naomi back to the station for a reunion. "This is so unique and rare. It’s something that I never really thought that I would do," said Chief Daryll Milliot of the Orange County Fire Authority, who first met Naomi when she was just a few hours old.
It was the first and only safe surrender at an Orange County fire station this year. Officials say the anonymous birth mother who rang the doorbell at the fire station back in March was in her 20s.