Woman Goes Into Labor On Way to Hospital. What She Did Next Was Purely AWESOME!

Can you imagine driving to the hospital while you’re pregnant and suddenly feeling like the baby is going to come then and there? That would be a bit scary since cars are not exactly 100% sterile like a delivery room. Well, unless you’re REALLY fastidious. No, you’re not going to make it to the hospital in time. What do you? You could watch this video and try to be like Estenia Zavala and take matters into your own hands, literally.

The baby was coming a lot faster than Estenia and Saul anticipated. They hurriedly stopped at a police station, only to find that it was closed for renovation. Add the fact that there was no cell service in the area and it was a dire situation. Estenia decided to deliver there in the car while Saul went off to make a call to get an ambulance to come. Success! She delivered the baby, who was crying by the time the rescue workers came.

Estenia told the reporter that she wasn’t nervous at all about having to deliver the baby by herself in a car. She had watched a YouTube video and knew exactly what to do. The fact that this was her fourth baby also shows that she is more than familiar with how the birthing process goes. The baby is now over a year old and is presumably happy and healthy with his parents. He’ll probably want to drive a lot when he’s older.

The funny thing about this is that I know exactly what area these people are talking about – I live fairly close to there. I always love seeing something local – though I don’t remember hearing about it when it first happened. Oh well. It’s great that she was able to do this emergency delivery… and that watching YouTube videos actually paid off this time. That seems like a first, too.

It’s amazing what people can do when circumstances like this occur. Have you heard of other scenarios like this? Please tell us in the comments section!

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