First valley baby of New Year born at Mountain View Hospital

First valley baby of New Year born at Mountain View Hospital

The first baby born this New Year in the Las Vegas valley is a little girl, who entered the world at 12:52 am on Thursday. Linda Rose Maravillas Gonzalez is the first baby born in the valley in 2015. The Mountain View Hospital announced the birth of Linda.

Linda's mother, Stephanie said that she was excited and didn't want to sleep last night to be with her baby. She also said that they were expecting their baby to be born on 31 and she began going into labor at 6 am on eve of New Year.

The baby was born after 16 hours of labor and 52 minutes into the New Year and it was soon confirmed by the hospital staffers that she was the first baby of the valley. However, identities of the first babies born in the New Year at other places are not being revealed by some hospitals. Administrators at many hospitals are saying that they’ll not release New Year babies’ identities due to safety concerns.

As reported by the Associated Press, Jackson Hospital spokeswoman Miranda Nobles told the Montgomery Advertiser officials from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children that recently sent hospitals statistics, which indicate infant abductions from medical facilities could become more probable during the holidays.

Athens-Limestone Hospital Marketing Foundation Development Director Betsy Harris said that it’s not only during the holidays but, they’re concerned about security every day. “And we’re really proud and confident in our security or else I would not have invited you here. You can’t go into the Mother/Baby Unit and the baby can’t come out so that’s why we’ll be giving you a photograph of our new baby”, she explained.

Popular Stories

Overall childhood ‘asthma epidemic’ levels off in U.S.

The overall ‘asthma epidemic’ among children has... Read More

‘UC Quits’ Working to Help California Smokers Get Rid Of Smoking

As New Year is approaching, people have already... Read More

Scientists begin Stem Cell research to find cure for Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease, the commonest cause of... Read More

New House Bill to Restrict First-Time Opioid Prescriptions

Cases of opioid abuse have been increasing and... Read More

Comcast installs DOCSIS 3.1 modem on customer-facing network in Philadelphia

In an announcement made on December 22, cable giant... Read More