Last week, the Edina Police Department came to the aid of a family in need when they helped deliver a healthy baby boy at home. The city’s police and fire departments received a call about a “spur-of-the-moment” birth in progress at a residence, as reported by the Edina Police Department on social media.
According to the police post, Nate Wagner expressed his gratitude for the officers and firefighters, saying “Little Titus Elliot is doing great and we all are finally home. Still reeling a bit from all that transpired, but incredibly grateful for the men and women in uniform who serve our community so well, especially those who came to our aid that night.”
Edina police Sgt. Darren Davis assisted the parents, Arielle and Nate Wagner, through the delivery process. His help allowed Nate to catch the baby, who was named Titus Elliot.
Nate Wagner also told the Star Tribune via text that Titus has two older sisters, Eden, 6, and Addie, 4, who are both “thrilled to have a baby brother.”