It wasn’t how Julia Alemany imagined her second child to enter the world, with Superstorm Sandy battering New York City. Â Â Â
The 34-year-old Brooklyn mother delivered a healthy boy. But it involved being carried down eight flights of stairs with only flashlights leading the way and a frightening trip in an ambulance that was hit by a tree branch.
New York University Langone Medical Center lost generator power after she got there Monday nightat the height of the superstorm. Â Â Â
She was among 300 patients who were transferred.
She was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital where Micah arrived 40 minutes later, weighing 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
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Photographer John Albertson strapped a camera to his car and drove around Suffolk County, starting his tour near Mellville before hopping on the Long Island Expressway and driving through Huntington Station.
Source: NBC 4 NY