Four members of the Livingston County Sheriff’s Office and Mount Morris Police assist in delivery

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Livingston County Sheriff Dougherty and the Mount Morris Police Chief Kenneth Mignemi are announce on Thursday that four of their members assisted with a child birth early Thursday morning. 

The Emergency Communications Center received a call at 2:44 Thursday morning from Tim Diliberto, who said that his wife, Audrey, was in labor at their residence and he needed help.

Livingston County Sheriff’s Office Dispatcher Curt Grant answered the call for help and using his Emergency Medical Dispatching experience, began instructing Mr. Diliberto on the proper procedures to follow. While Dispatcher Grant was giving the instructions, Sheriff’s Office Dispatcher Lonni Carroll began dispatching both Emergency Medical Services and Law Enforcement, giving them the details as they came in. 

The Sheriff’s Office reports that Dispatcher Grant kept the expecting father calm and continued giving instruction while waiting for emergency responders.

Officer Tim Bryant was the first to arrive, and took over for dad in preparation for the birth. Officer Brado was next to arrive and immediately took over the phone duties for dad. Dispatcher Grant continued to give instructions for the officers.

Not long after, Kennedy Jean made her appearance at 6lbs. 5oz. and 18 inches. Deputy Sweeting and Livingston County EMS arrived shortly after and assisted on scene as well.

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