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Two Moms Are ‘Heroes’ After East Hampton Police Officer Delivers Baby

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East Hampton Town Police Officer Grace Peterson and Lt. Daniel Toia with Lauren and Isabelle Vichinsky on the porch of the Vichinsky's house in Northwest, where Isabelle was born.

East Hampton Town Police Officer Grace Peterson and Lt. Daniel Toia with Lauren and Isabelle Vichinsky on the porch of the Vichinsky's house in Northwest, where Isabelle was born.

Officer Grace Peterson moments after delivering a baby on the front porch of an East Hampton home.

Officer Grace Peterson moments after delivering a baby on the front porch of an East Hampton home.

The father of newborn Isabelle Vichinsky said that East Hampton Town Police Officer Grace Peterson saved his newborn daughters life when his wife gave birth on the couple's front porch and the baby came out with the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck.

The father of newborn Isabelle Vichinsky said that East Hampton Town Police Officer Grace Peterson saved his newborn daughters life when his wife gave birth on the couple's front porch and the baby came out with the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck.

authorMichael Wright on Apr 21, 2022
“Have you ever done this before?” Cody Vichinsky asked East Hampton Town Police Officer Grace Peterson as the two knelt next to each other on Vichinsky’s front porch. “From the... more

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