- A mother gave birth at a Six Flags park in Georgia, Fox 5 reported.
- She was playing with her daughter in Hurricane Harbor when she went into labor.
- The baby and mother were both given Diamond Elite Memberships, which allow them free entry to any Six Flags park for life.
A mother went to Six Flag Over Georgia with one child, but left with two. The mother, who has been identified as just Crusita, was playing with her daughter at the Hurricane Harbor waterpark on Monday when she unexpectedly went into labor, as Fox 5 reported.
People reported that Crusita rushed to the first aid section of the park , where employees quickly called emergency responders. But before they could get her out of the park safely, she delivered a healthy baby boy, who she named Mathew.
Six Flags Over Georgia was ecstatic about the birth, and even sent a tweet celebrating the occasion.
“IT’S A SIX FLAGS BABY BOY,” the tweet read. “We are thrilled to announce little Mathew was born at Hurricane Harbor on Monday afternoon! Congrats.”
To mark the occasion, Six Flags gave Crusita and Mathew Diamond Elite Memberships, which allows them to enter any Six Flags park for free at any time for the rest of their lives.
“All of us at Six Flags Over Georgia wish Crusita, Mathew, and their entire family a lifetime of happiness, health, and many thrilling roller coaster rides together,” A Six Flags spokesman told Fox 5.
The story comes just days after a mother gave birth at Chick-fil-A and the baby was granted free Chick-fil-A for life.
Naturally, people cannot get enough of the two wild stories and are joking about where they want to give birth.
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