Woman delivers baby girl in an Uber taxi on route to hospital

Woman delivers baby girl in an Uber taxi on route to hospital

- A new mother identified as Lara Caxton on Instagram has shared details of how she welcomed a miracle child recently

- The 38-year-old mother was pregnant with her second child and went into labour

- As she was on her way to the hospital when the baby popped out in the Uber ride

There are many levels of joy to be felt upon hearing the story of Lara Caxton, a new mother who welcomed her child while on her way to the hospital.

We have heard of many out-of-hospital births but the case of little princess Imolaiye Floarance is not only interesting but can be considered a miracle.

According to the mother who shared the details of the birth on Instagram, she went into labour and her husband, Eniola, ordered an Uber ride and the driver, Mr Cacaj picked them from their home in New Cross, south-east London.

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As they made their way to the hospital, baby Imolaiye could not wait any further and launched herself into earth, out of her mother's stomach.

The new mother Lara revealed that it was a painless birth and it made all the difference for her.

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Although they messed up the car of 55-year-old Mr Cacaj, he shared in the joy of welcoming a new child and got heavily tipped by the new parents.

Woman delivers baby girl in Taxi on her way to the hospital

Couple with their new-born and Uber driver Mr Cacaj

Congratulations to the couple.

Meanwhile, Popular playwright, James Ebo Whyte, has revealed that he and his wife are still hoping to produce children after 35 years of marriage.

In a report sighted on Ghanaweb.com, Uncle Ebo Whyte, as he is widely called, disclosed that after 35 years of marriage, he and his wife are hopeful of bearing a child.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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