Two police officers helped to deliver a baby in the back of a Cadillac on North Broad Street in Philadelphia.
Justin Busam, a 2000 Cardinal O'Hara High School graduate, and his partner Chris DeRose, of Marple Township, were at the right place at the right time.
On Monday, Kamille Young, 26, of Philadelphia, was on her way to the hospital with her husband and sister to deliver her third child when the baby couldn't wait any longer, according to 6abc.com.
They pulled the car over and flagged down Busam and DeRose, both Temple University police officers. Busam, who also happens to be an EMT and part-time Bethel police officer, climbed into the backseat of the car and delivered baby Aamanee into the world, according to the Delaware County Daily Times.
Soon after, as if it were just another day at work, Busam posted on his Facebook page, "Delivered a baby on Broad and Oxford tonight. Baby is doing well."
Both mother and baby were taken to Temple University Hospital, where Young was able to thank both of her heroes later.
Baby Aamanee arrived at 12:42 a.m. weighing 6 pound, 8 ounce, according to 6abc.com.