Woman gives birth to baby twins at CTA Red Line stop


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On Wednesday morning, a woman gave birth to twins at the Roosevelt Red Line Station. TWINS! AT THE RED LINE!

A CTA spokeswoman said at 7:30 a.m. the woman was in the mezzanine at the station – 1167 S. State St. – when she gave birth to two girls.

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A spokeswoman said the babies and their mother were “doing well” and were taken to Mercy Hospital. A Chicago Fire Department spokesman, Larry Langford, said two ambulances took the woman and her children to Mercy Hospital and they were fine.

No trains were delayed.

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But funny enough, that was not the first time a baby was born at a station. Last November, a woman gave birth to a baby on a Blue Line platform.

And in March, another woman gave birth on Lake Shore Drive when her car got stuck in a snowstorm on the way to the hospital. It’s raining babies!

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