911 dispatcher who helped deliver baby escorts him to first day of kindergarten

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DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. — Douglas County sheriff’s deputy Kate Morrissey escorted Tavian Bane to his first day of kindergarten on Tuesday.

Bane and some of his friends got a special ride to school in a patrol car.

It’s an important milestone because she was responsible for helping deliver Bane into the world. She was on the phone working as a dispatcher at the time.

Bane’s mom went into labor early and his dad called 911. Bane was born at home, thanks to Kate’s help.

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