A Utah woman has given birth to quadruplets under tight security after a woman was accused of repeatedly trying to gain access to the family.
The Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune report 30-year-old Natalie Consolo, who lives in the Ogden area, is doing well after giving birth to three girls and one boy Saturday at Intermountain Medical Center.
Her husband, Anthony, says hospital security around the family was exceptionally tight because of what he describes as an "over-zealous" woman in her 60s who repeatedly tried to contact the family as recently as Friday.
He says the woman used four different names when trying to gain access to the hospital and was told by hospital staff Friday not to return.
In the past five years, four sets of quads have been born in Utah.