The baby Hillsborough officials said was born in the township during the height of Hurricane Sandy's impact on the area is making national headlines.
An ambulance came to take David and Christine Schleppy at about 6 p.m. on Monday when Christine Schleppy began going into labor earlier than her December due date, according to one report.
The ambulance, headed to Princeton, became stuck in mud, and a fire ambulance then took over. That's when they ended up at an emergency hospital set up in the township.
Mayor Carl Suraci said the hospital was set up by the New Jersey EMS Task Force as a township request.
“We assume we are not going to get any help,” he said. “So we took steps to get the hospital.
The facility was set up at St. Mary’s Byzantine Church and staffed by doctors and nurses. It was essentially a mobile emergency room, Suraci said.
Liam Schleppy was born at 11 p.m. on Monday in Hillsborough, according to reports, and is doing well at Somerset Medical Center, where the three were later transported.