Ali Gonzalez was born at West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell one minute before the solar eclipse began Monday. She was born with a "caul," or amniotic sac still covering her head, a rare occurrence.
Ali Gonzalez was born at West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell one minute before the solar eclipse began Monday. She was born with a "caul," or amniotic sac still covering her head, a rare occurrence. Courtesy of West Valley Medical Center
Ali Gonzalez was born at West Valley Medical Center in Caldwell one minute before the solar eclipse began Monday. She was born with a "caul," or amniotic sac still covering her head, a rare occurrence. Courtesy of West Valley Medical Center

This baby was born with a ‘lucky caul’ one minute before the eclipse

August 21, 2017 02:29 PM

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