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The skinny: Mom delivers daughter in passenger seat

Oh, baby

Mom delivers daughter in passenger seat

A woman says she delivered her own baby while her mother was driving her to a Pittsburgh hospital. Heather Payo tells WPXI-TV that her mother was driving from Clairton, Pa., to Magee-Womens Hospital of UPMC in Pittsburgh last week when Payo realized she wasn't going to arrive in time. Payo says she delivered the infant, Jessica Rose, by reclining the front passenger seat.

Mother-in-law issues

Grandma charged in drug scheme

A Texas woman has been arrested on allegations that she had her 9-year-old granddaughter plant drugs in her son-in-law's car in Arizona so she could gain full-time custody of the child. Gilbert police say 58-year-old SanJuanita Carbajal was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of child abuse.

Tough sell

Man offers meth for flood victims

Thai officials say a man who was high on drugs was arrested after attempting to donate methamphetamine tablets to help flood victims. Local district chief Pawat Lertmukda says 39-year-old Jakrit Mukpradab showed up with 11 methamphetamine pills at a donation tent last week. He says Jakrit told the volunteers they could sell the drugs to support the troubled families.

Compiled from wire services and other sources.

The skinny: Mom delivers daughter in passenger seat 10/22/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, October 22, 2013 8:09pm]
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