In Toronto, Canada a 20-year-old woman, who had not told her mother she was pregnant, complained of stomach cramps and said she needed to go to the hospital. But the baby arrived before they made the walk in temperatures of 3 degrees Fahrenheit to Humber River Regional Hospital and was delivered on a pathway without vital signs. 911 was called and Toronto EMS rushed the mother and baby to the hospital where the newborn was sadly pronounced dead. Per hospital protocol, two Toronto police officers were assigned to stay in the room with the baby who was covered with a sheet, while waiting for the coroner to arrive. But 90 minutes later, the officers noticed the sheet moving and notified hospital staff. The medical staff worked quickly and now both baby and mother are in stable condition. After the incident the hospital released a statement saying that they are reviewing, “…all aspects of care provided in this case, including the extensive resuscitation efforts by hospital physicians and staff beginning in the ambulance itself when it arrived at the hospital." While more investigation is needed, it is thought that hypothermia could have been involved which may have made vital signs extremely difficult to detect.