Oprah Turns Midwife on Show: Almost Helps Deliver Baby

by Medindia Content Team on  February 8, 2010 at 8:47 AM Lifestyle News
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 Oprah Turns Midwife on Show: Almost Helps Deliver Baby
Oprah Winfrey helped rush a pregnant Canadian woman to hospital after her water broke during a taping of the TV host's talk show.

Twenty-seven-weeks pregnant Lori McCrindle was present in the audience, when she felt the baby was coming.

The talk show queen immediately helped usher McCrindle to Rush University Medical Center.

The woman gave birth to a baby boy named Justin, weighing two pounds, 13 ounces.

Later, during a telephone interview McCrindle told Winfrey she got to the hospital just in time and that the baby is fine.

Winfrey said she'd fly her back to see an Oprah taping whenever she wanted.

"After all these years it is not too often we have a first. But yesterday was a doozy," the Globe and the Mail quoted Winfrey, as saying on the show.

Source: ANI

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