A New Jersey cop who delivered a baby boy during last week’s snowstorm is being hailed as a hero, and the grateful parents named the child partly after him.
Bound Brook Police Department Acting Sergeant Thomas Burgin, 42, responded to a 911 call of a woman going into labor at her home Jan. 29, as a massive nor’easter bore down on the Northeast.
He traveled icy roads and arrived at the family home during “the height of the storm,” he said. The snow had been coming down all night, and conditions were treacherous, the cop noted.
Burgin and fellow cop Brian Wertheim found the expectant mother Sara
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