Six Flags Over Georgia gave a mother and her newborn son, free lifetime passes after she gave birth in the park on Monday.
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A mother in the summer fun at Six Flags Over Georgia took a wild turn when she unexpectedly went into labor in the amusement park on Monday.
The woman, identified only as Crusita, was with her daughter on the Hurricane Harbor water park when she went into labor, Fox 5 reported.
IT IS A SIX FLAGS BABY BOY! We are happy to announce little Mathew was born at Hurricane Harbor on Monday afternoon! Congrats ? pic.twitter.com/lHtxSnAwjh
— Six Flags Over GEORGIA (@sfovergeorgia) July 25, 2018
Park the emergency services were sent, and they helped free her son, with the name Mathew.
As a literal birthday gift, Crusita and Mathew were donated to the Diamond Elite Membership, which allows them free admission to a Six Flags park, for the rest of their lives.
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“We are there at Six Flags Over Georgia want to Crusita, Mathew and their entire family a lifetime of happiness, health and lots of exciting rides together,” a Six Flags spokesman told Fox 5.
Mathew, according to the news outlet, was only the second baby to be born on the Austell theme park since its opening in 1967.
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