Abigail was the last baby to be delivered at St. Vincent's Hospital Thursday morning, eighteen hours after her mother, Anastasia,
The Greenwich Village hospital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last month and stopped admitting patients on Wednesday.
The Jancus -- include father Robert and son Gideon, who was also born at St. Vincent's -- received a call from a midwife at the
hospital on Wednesday who told them that if they wanted to deliver their baby there, they would have to hurry.
The family had to rush in order to catch the only remaining anesthesiologist, who would not be there past Thursday morning.
The six-pound, 15-ounce Abigail, who was due April 6th, was born just before sunrise on Thursday morning.
The staff, which included nurses and doctors who will be out of work in a few days, cried tears of joy and sadness over the last birth at St. Vincent's.
"Everyone was saying, 'We will remember this moment," Robert Jancu recalled to the NY Post. "'This is our last baby. Don't rush it,'"
He told the paper that someone later gave him two packs of diapers, saying they'd rather give them away than have them gobbled up by bankruptcy.