Mom Who Unexpectedly Gave Birth At Six Flags Gets Lifetime Passes

Mom and baby are now Diamond Elite members.

When an expectant mom named Crusita and her daughter went to Six Flags Over Georgia on Monday, July 23 they were likely anticipating a fairly average day at the park. But, in a turn of events, Crusita reportedly went into labor while at Hurricane Harbor. 


According to Fox 5, she went to the first aid station, and park emergency responders were dispatched and 911 was called. But, with the help of the park's EMTs, Crusita gave birth before the ambulance arrived. 

Six Flags Over Georgia confirmed the birth of baby Matthew on Twitter.

Six Flags spokesman Gene Petriello told AJC that Matthew is the second baby to be born at the park in 51 years. What's more, he confirmed that the family has been given Diamond Elite Memberships as a congratulations present.

The memberships are lifetime passes which give them unlimited entry to any Six Flags plus other benefits.

The news comes just a week after a mom unexpectedly gave birth at a Chick-fil-A. She also received a congratulatory gift — free food for life and a guaranteed job offer for her baby when they turn 14.

(H/T: People)

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