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WEST CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) — There has been a baby boom at Chester County Hospital in West Chester after an iconic Philadelphia Eagles win.

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The hospital says the month of October ended with 255 births — a record number.

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It was the highest number in 15 years.

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The births come nine months after the Eagles won the Super Bowl.