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Brooklyn police help woman deliver baby in front of Bensonhurst station house

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Two Brooklyn police officers helped a woman deliver a baby Sunday. (NYPD)

Two Brooklyn police officers helped a woman deliver a baby Sunday. (NYPD)

BENSONHURST, Brooklyn — Two Brooklyn cops helped a woman deliver a healthy baby boy Sunday evening, police said.

A woman ran into the 62nd Precinct station house on Bath Avenue to tell officers that her niece was in labor outside, police said. Officers Mike Lunetta and Mathew Brady ran outside to help the woman.

Officer Lunetta could see the baby’s head and knew it was time for the mother to push, police said. Lunetta delivered the baby boy and then handed him to Officer Brady.

Paramedics took the mother and her newborn son, named Noor, to a local hospital, police said. Both are doing well.