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Woman manages to give birth despite being set on fire hours earlier

In an apparent incident of domestic violence, a pregnant woman was set on fire. According to ABC7, the Maryland woman came running from her home screaming and on fire. Her neighbors rushed to help put her out, but the stress may have caused her to go into labor. Reports reveal that despite burns,...
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