plane pregnantTalk about a trip of a lifetime! A pregnant Tawainese woman traveling from Bali to Los Angeles shocked everyone on flight after going into labor eight weeks early while in mid-air. The Chinese Airlines flight made an emergency landing in Alaska to deliver the premature baby, but the story took a different turn. This is every pregnant woman's worst nightmare!

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--Additional reporting by Michelle Regalado and Giselle Castro

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On a plane

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A Taiwanese woman, who was almost 32 weeks, gave birth while on flight from Bali to LA last week. See the video here. After her water broke, the crew attempted an emergency landing in Alaska, but the little one was delivered before they were able to land. The woman and baby received a round of applause from passengers once they heard her first cry. Click through to read about other crazy birth stories. 

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Beach club

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In August 2015, a woman gave birth outside a beach club in New Jersey after her water broke and she began experiencing intense contractions. A nurse and EMT helped Rose Abbud deliver her daughter right outside the Sea Bright beach club.  

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At a school

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In 2014, a Texan mother Vanessa DeLeon gave birth to her fourth son while visiting her elder son's elementary school. She delivered at the nurse's room, where the principal and even school officer helped with the labor. 

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Train station

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Washington D.C. mom Shavonnte Taylor was headed to an obstetrician appointment when she suddenly went into labor on the train station platform back in 2013. She was lucky that there was a trained EMT present who helped deliver her adorable baby boy.

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In the Holland Tunnel

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Back in 2012, 25-year-old New Jersey mom Soukaina Nekhlaoui was on her way to the hospital when the baby decided it wanted to come out in the middle of the Holland Tunnel! A Port Authority Tunnel & Bridge officer with medical training assisted her and helped her give birth to a healthy baby boy.

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In an art gallery

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In October 2014, performance artist Marni Kotak said that giving birth is the highest form of art and delivered a baby inside a New York City art gallery. About 20 people were present for the delivery, which took place in a birthing pool.

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Live on the web

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In October 2011, Ottawa, Canada, mom Nancy Salgueiro gave birth live over the Internet, with more than 2,000 people registered to watch. Her 2-year-old son cut his new brother's umbilical cord.

 

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In a 7 Eleven Parking lot

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Just a couple of weeks before the company celebrated their annual Free Slurpee Day in 2012, Florida couple Chad and Tye Malley were forced to deliver their baby in a 7-Eleven parking lot after they were unable to make it to the hospital on time!

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During a traffic jam

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In the summer of 2014, a Boston mother went into premature labor while sitting in gridlocked Route 16 traffic. She had to call the state police for help!

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At a wedding

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In July 2014, a woman gave birth to her baby just minutes after tying the knot! She made it through her wedding ceremony but went into labor while taking pictures outside the church.

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A highway

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After going into labor a full week early in 2012, Siobhan Anderson was in the car on the way to the hospital when she ended up giving birth to her twin baby boys on two separate Long Island highways!

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In the hospital parking lot

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Two women in an Alabama hospital were forced to give birth outside in the hospital's parking lot after the building was evacuated over a bomb threat in 2013. Tessa Kilgore gave birth underneath an oak tree in the parking lot, as did the other mother. Thankfully they both had healthy babies and easy deliveries.