A baby was born while being some 30,000 feet in the air aboard a Delta flight from Salt Lake City to Honolulu as confirmed by Delta.
The action was caught on video and posted to TikTok where it went viral. It was later reported on by Washington Post.
In her now-viral TikTok video, Hansen captured parts of the commotion — from the overhead announcement informing passengers of the birth; to an eruption of applause for the mother; to a crew of EMTs boarding to provide medical assistance to the mother upon landing.
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Passengers applaud once again as the mother makes her way off the plane in a wheelchair, crying newborn in tow. (Hansen omitted footage of the family’s faces to respect their privacy.)
Delta confirmed that a baby was born on the flight from Salt Lake City to Honolulu on Wednesday. A doctor and nurses on the flight responded to a call for medical professionals. No other information about the birth or the baby’s family was available Friday.
Several commenters wondered why the passenger was allowed to board if she was anywhere near her due date. Delta does not prohibit pregnant travelers.
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