Firefighters help Yonkers mom deliver baby
Yonkers firefighters helped deliver a baby girl whose mother went into labor before she could leave her home.
Aracly Zuniga says she started delivering her 6.5-pound baby on Thursday, before she could even leave her Yonkers home.
Her mother-in-law called 911 and three Yonkers firefighters from Engine 304 arrived first.
The firefighters told News 12 the baby girl wasn't breathing at first and they noticed the umbilical cord was wrapped around her neck.
They say they quickly removed the cord from her neck and she started breathing.
Zuniga named her little girl MacKenzie, and says the three firefighters are her angels.