Partway through her flight from Salt Lake City, Utah to Honolulu, Hawaii, Lavinia "Lavi" Mounga of Orem had the surprise of a lifetime when she gave birth to a son that she didn't know she was expecting. The baby was born at just 29 weeks gestation, a delicate circumstance even in a hospital setting, but truly terrifying in flight. That's when the miraculous happened.
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