ELIZABETHTOWN — There is new life in Bladen County today.
And a member of the Bladen County Sheriff’s Office provided a valuable assist.
Jasmine Collins, a telecommunicator, was on duty when a 911 call came from the Owen Hill area. A mother-to-be was not going to make it to Bladen County Hospital, or any other, in time to deliver her newborn.
Collins, a release from the Sheriff’s Office says, is trained in emergency medicine guidelines. She talked… READ MORE
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