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Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

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OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com

Baby named in honor of paramedics who saved him

KDWN

OCEANSIDE, Calif. (AP) — A baby boy born prematurely in the back of an ambulance has been named in honor of the Southern California paramedics who saved his life.

U-T San Diego reports ( http://bit.ly/M7OP59 ) the new parents brought the 2-month-old baby to an Oceanside fire station Monday to announce the honor.

The mother, 37-year-old Melissa Wells-Pestana, went into labor seven weeks early, and the baby wasn’t breathing and had no pulse after he was born. Rescuers gave the baby CPR as the ambulance raced about 4 1/2 miles to the hospital.

The parents honored the fire crew by naming the child Zavier Stephan Morgan Pestana, with the middles names coming from firefighter-paramedic Steven Choi and fire Capt. Glen Morgan.

The newspaper reports Zavier slept through most of his visit to the fire station.

Information from: U-T San Diego, http://www.utsandiego.com