Officers who delivered baby on subway visit mom next day

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PHILADELPHIA, PA.– The police officers who helped a woman give birth on a subway Christmas day made a special stop on Friday.

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority Police Sgt. Daniel Caban and Officer Darrell James went to Hahnemann University Hospital to visit the baby boy and his mother the day after the birth.

The officers sat next to the boy and his mother for some small talk and a casual photo-op.

Baby Chris and his mother are in good health.

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