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FAMILY REUNITED WITH AMBULANCE OPERATOR WHO TALKED THEM THROUGH ROADSIDE BIRTH

A Hunter couple today met the woman, who was a calming voice when they needed it the most.

Aimie Earl was bound for Maitland Hospital to give birth last week – when she and husband Jarrad suddenly needed a very different kind of roadside assistance.

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