It's hot out, you've entered the final phase of your pregnancy, and you're waking up hoping that THIS is the day!

This was the early morning for one New Jersey mom-to-be as she got into her car to start her day. You'd hope of course the baby would wait until you arrived at your destination or would give you enough notice to get to the hospital. But as we know, things don't always go easy.

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Bloomingdale Police Officers responded to the 9-1-1 call at 7 a.m. this past Mother's Day that a woman was going into labor in her vehicle.

Detective Gomes and Patrolman Dichio stayed calm, cool, and collected and implemented their training to deliver a healthy baby into the world.

Certainly, a Mother's Day that these officers and one young mom will always remember.

From all reports, mom and baby are doing great.

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NJ schools that made the most calls to police

These are the 30 schools in New Jersey that made the most notifications to police during the 2022-23 school year for reasons including violence, weapons, vandalism, substances and harassment or bullying. The number of arrests made by police at the schools is also provided when applicable. The schools are listed by number of police calls from least to greatest. The data comes from the state Department of Education's annual School Performance Report.

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The post above reflects the thoughts and observations of New Jersey 101.5 talk show host Bill Spadea. Any opinions expressed are Bill's own.

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