When a baby arrives, it doesn’t matter what you’re doing or where you are—it doesn’t matter if you’re at home, in the hospital, or even at McDonald’s!
Alternatively, a gas station, as was the case for the young lady in the video below.
A risky circumstance involves a Shell gas station employee in Lake Park, Florida.
A young woman who seemed to be in pain approached Tammy Camp, the cashier, and requested a key to the restroom. According to Camp, the woman reappeared a short time later with an infant who wasn’t breathing.
Camp said, “I saw she had something in her hand. She was suffering a lot. She told us she’d just given birth when we saw the baby.”
The mother first thought the baby had passed away and put it on the hood of her car. Camp acted quickly, grabbing the infant and calling 911. Then something extraordinary happened.
I attempted to wake the baby up, Camp said. “I was told by 911 to open the airway. It started to make sounds.”
When the newborn baby girl began to cry, Palm Beach Gardens Fire-Rescue responded quickly to assist both the child and her mother. The young mother was still bleeding from the strain of giving birth.
Both were taken by ambulance to St. Mary’s Medical Center and have since recovered completely.
The outcome might not have been as happy without Camp’s help. He claimed that he acted as he would anticipate others in a similar scenario to act.