Baby Born At 7-Eleven In West Virginia On July 11th

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A baby born in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven convenience store on July 11th gets recognition and some freebies from the company. Waylon Bush entered this world in the early hours of July 11th in the parking lot of a 7-Eleven store in Shinnston, West Virginia. His birth via C-section was scheduled for two days later, but his mother, 24-year-old Allie Sayers, went into labor early. She woke her fiancé, 27-year-old Chase Bush, to drive her to the hospital, but baby Waylon wasn’t going to wait.

On the 18 mile trip from their home in Wallace to the hospital in Clarksburg, the couple pulled over into the parking lot of a 7-Eleven and Chase delivered their baby boy. Even though he has no medical training, Chase handled the delivery like a pro. Waylon was even born with his umbilical cord wrapped around his neck, but his dad acted quickly to unwrap it.

When 7-Eleven caught wind of the birth, they put out this message: "It’s a 7-Eleven miracle! On Monday, July 11, otherwise known as 7-Eleven’s 95th birthday, Allie Sayers, with the help of her fiancé, Chase Bush, gave birth in a West Virginia 7-Eleven parking lot. Baby Waylon now shares a birthday with the convenience store retailer — just another reason why July 11 is the best day of the year!" They also gave the new parents seven years worth of free coffee and a care package of 7-Eleven and Slurpee branded items for baby Waylon.

Source: People

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