A Minneapolis woman and her baby may be the first ever to survive a complete uterine rupture, doctors at North Memorial Medical Center said. Ora Ard, 31, and her son were reported to be in good condition after the infant was rescued in surgery. Ard, who was seven months pregnant, checked into the hospital complaining of severe pain. Surgeons discovered that her womb had burst, causing massive internal bleeding. They said that the baby, found entangled in the mother's intestines, began breathing after a few moments on a respirator.