This pregnant firefighter rescued a automotive crash sufferer whereas absolutely in labour

A couple of contractions could not cease Megan Warfield from doing her civic obligation—simply hours earlier than her child was born.

It’s exhausting sufficient to get off the bed whenever you’re 9 months pregnant, not to mention save a life. However firefighter Megan Warfield jumped into motion to assist pull a crash sufferer out of their automotive following a multi-car collision in Maryland. The kicker? She was having labour contractions the entire time, and this heroic mama gave delivery just some hours later.

Warfield, a member of the Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Hearth Rescue and Marine, was per week shy of her due date when she was concerned in a “significant motor vehicle collision” whereas driving residence. Witnessing a girl trapped beneath a flipped automotive, she instantly shifted gears and sprang into motion with out hesitation.

“I noticed a automotive was overturned and realized there was somebody in there,” she informed TODAY whereas showing on the morning present. “I began crawling inside. However then I noticed, ‘Good lord, you’re 9 months pregnant! What are you doing right here?’”

Properly, saving lives…and having a child!

It seems the crash had put the 30-year-old into labour, which made her efforts all of the extra unimaginable. “I don’t know the way I did what I did as a result of the cramping was so dangerous,” Warfield defined. “I have to’ve simply been working on adrenaline.”

Regardless of her discomfort, the then-mom of two stayed with the crash sufferer till paramedics arrived. “I backed out and had somebody name 911,” she mentioned. “I kinda simply held her in place and reassured her as a result of I couldn’t inform what sort of accidents she had.”

Fortunately, her boyfriend, Joshua Daugherty, is a paramedic and was one of many first responders on the scene. Warfield headed to Johns Hopkins Hospital to verify that her child was on the way in which, and simply 23 hours later the couple welcomed their third little one, Charlotte.

“It’s not unusual to see our volunteers on scene,” Chief Hearth Officer Shannon Stallings informed WMAR-TV. “However to see one which’s been on administrative duties solely laying in glass and oil making an attempt to care for somebody simply weeks out of her due date, it blew my thoughts. You don’t see that on a regular basis.”

You positive don’t. This mother clearly has a hardwired intuition to assist others, and Baltimore is fortunate to have her. “I’ve been itching to get again out,” she informed TODAY. “It’s what I used to be meant to do.”

The most effective half? At some point her little woman Charlotte will get to listen to probably the most thrilling and heroic delivery tales ever. Congrats to the newly minted household of 5!