Baby makes debut at Six Flags Over Georgia
Some babies are born at hospitals, others at home. But one newborn entered the world at a theme park.
Baby Mathew was born Monday at Six Flags Over Georgia. The amusement park said EMT's helped deliver the baby boy at Hurricane Harbor when his mom, Crusita, unexpectedly went into labor.
Mathew and Crustia will be able to make many more memories at Six Flags. They were both given Diamond Elite Memberships, meaning they can visit any Six Flags park for life.
"All of us at Six Flags Over Georgia wish Crusita, Mathew and their entire family a lifetime of happiness, health and many thrilling roller coaster rides together," a Six Flags spokesperson said.
Mathew is the second baby to be born at Six Flags Over Georgia in the park's 51-year history.