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Homecoming for Maryland Miracle Baby

Pair brought back to life after October crash



    Homecoming for Maryland Miracle Baby

    Jaden Christopher Aaron is only half of what his mother calls a Christmas miracle.

    Like most first-time moms, Sade Davis can't help but gush about her newborn.
    "He definitely is laid back and has his own personality," she said. 
    The duo technically died back in mid-October. Sade was pregnant and driving along Temple Hill Road in Clinton, Md., when her car flipped into a creek. 
    Emergency crews happened to be nearby for a different accident, but a citizen spotted her car and waved the crews over. Sade wasn't breathing and didn't have a pulse.
    Clinton firefighters and medics brought her back to life with CPR.  She spent four days in the hospital.  She eventually delivered Jaden at Washington Hospital Center on Dec. 8 at the same facility that treated her accident injuries.
    "It's truly a blessing that they're alive.  We're glad to have them both home," said Sade’s sister, Jania Davis.
    The Davis family met all the rescuers and had them over on Thanksgiving.
    After delivering Jaden, Sade stopped at the spot where the Christmas miracle happened. She said she still sees the barricades and the spot where her car landed, but she has no memory of the accident itself.
    The new mom says she owes everything to the volunteers at the Clinton Fire Department. She’s looking forward to them meeting her Christmas miracle.