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Published on Jan 9, 2007
On Christmas morning in Kalispell, Mont., Jessica Corpron had a seizure. After stabilizing her, doctors shocked the 19-year-old with the news that she was more than 7 months pregnant and had eclampsia, severe hypertension brought on by pregnancy. If she didn't deliver the baby quickly, she could die. She was flown to Oregon Health & Science University and gave birth to a 2-pound, 14-ounce baby girl that evening. She calls her daughter, Emilee Grace Lister, a Christmas miracle.