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'I grabbed him out of the toilet': Mother gives birth in hotel bathroom

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DUNWOODY, Ga. - Just a few weeks from her due date, a now mother of two in town for a work trip found herself in the middle of an unimaginable situation.Victoya Venise was in town from Louisiana, staying at a hotel in Dunwoody for a work trip.

However, it turned out to be an experience beyond her wildest imagination."It's just really magical. It's a story we'll be telling for the rest of our lives," Venise told FOX 5. "I'm going back to Louisiana with a newborn baby.Venise says her 4-year-old daughter had a stomach bug, so she thought she had the same thing.

She went to the bathroom, but says she was shocked when she realized she was in labor."I turned around, and it was the baby, and I was like ‘gasp.’ I hurried up, and I grabbed him out of the toilet," she said.The single mom told FOX 5 she didn't realize she was in labor until that moment."I found a towel and I wrapped him up.

I was sitting on the toilet and I called my mom. I was like mom, I just had the baby. I was like he fell in the toilet. She was like, ``Call 911, call 911."She and baby Rocky were taken to Northside Hospital- just a couple of miles away.

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