Doctor Helps Deliver Wife's Baby 42,000 Feet in the Air
Mom and baby are both healthy.
A Congolese woman gave birth while 42,000 feet in the air.
Musuamba Michoukayembe, 21, unexpectedly went into labor just three hours after her flight to Turkey took off on Thursday, according Turkish Airlines.
Thankfully her husband, who is a doctor, helped safely deliver the baby.
The new mom was captured holding her baby close as she exited the plane after it had landed.
They are both reportedly in good condition.
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