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Woman gave birth at Dublin social welfare office

Paramedics and staff helped the woman with the birth.

A WOMAN WAS visiting a social welfare office in Dublin yesterday when she went into labour and gave birth.

The Department of Social Protection confirmed that while attending the department’s office at Gardiner Street yesterday afternoon, a woman gave birth to a baby.

The paramedics were called and staff assisted the woman until they arrived.

No other details on the woman or baby’s condition have been released.

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