Police help deliver baby on New Hampshire interstate early Christmas morning

New Hampshire state troopers and a Boscawen police officer pose with baby Dominic and his parents after helping to deliver him early Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2019.

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New Hampshire state troopers and a Boscawen police officer pose with baby Dominic and his parents after helping to deliver him early Wednesday, Dec. 25, 2019.

Authorities in New Hampshire helped deliver a baby boy early Christmas morning on Interstate 93, according to state police.

Baby Dominic was born shortly after midnight with the help of state police Sgt. Vince Grieco, Trooper Ryan St. Cyr and Boscawen police Officer Ryan Nolan.

The trio posed Wednesday morning with Dominic and his parents for a photo later posted on Facebook. His parents were not identified.

“All are happy, healthy and overjoyed to be spending Christmas together,” state police said in a caption of the photo.

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