Listen: Marine and his pregnant spouse escape Hurricane Florence to deliver twins in Florida
"So far along, and I was worried that I wouldn't be able to have the medical treatment because of the hurricane Danielle de Gregorio was thirty seven weeks pregnant as hurricane Florence turned toward her home state. She and her husband saw two options deliver the twins and a hurricane or make a run for Saint Augustine, Florida where their parents live. They went south the drive who very nerve wracking. But it also came with a relief the closer we got to home drive that usually takes about eight hours took them twelve got in the car. I was really praying just made the right choice and everything went this fall into place, and we were just make your home really safe with our family and our baby. Would be okay. Their babies held on and less than twenty four hours after arriving at Saint Augustine. Danielle went into labor meets Scarlett and Sadie digregorio. Newborn daughter is a marine who've already completed a mission must be induced eighteenth, and they came a week early. The doctor thinks is probably because of the hurricanes was probably the lasagna a that night. But who knows what it is ready? To come into the world ready to enter the world surrounded by family family who wouldn't have been there if the couple wasn't forced to Florida by Florence. I got here part of everything. So I just feel overwhelmed and blessed a big life changing. I wouldn't change it for anything. I I'm really excited that they're here. It's a handful, but you know, with everybody around in the support and we support each other. It's it's been a great experience of foreign. I'm just ready to see where life takes us the couples from here near Jacksonville, North Carolina. They delivered the girls in Jacksonville, Florida. They couldn't have done it without the support of the marines. They plan to return back here in the next two weeks. But now as an expanded family of"