A 14-year-old was brought in by ambulance after having given birth at home. She was 35 weeks pregnant and had received no prenatal care. She had given birth to her first child approximately nine months earlier.
On the evening of the delivery she went outside to get some fresh air. She felt the baby kick and it fell out, landing on its head on the ground. The umbilical cord apparently snapped when the baby fell out. The family tied a piece of cloth on the umbilical stump and called the ambulance.
The baby was fine other than being a little dirty and having a bump on its head.