(Story from KARE11)
BEMIDJI, Minn. -- A Minnesota mother and newborn are doing fine after the mother delivered the boy while driving, the father steering from the passenger's seat.
Twenty-nine-year-old Amanda McBride felt labor pains at work last week and rushed to her car. She picked up the baby's father, staying in the driver's seat because he has a history of seizures.
She drove to the hospital experiencing mild labor pains. Suddenly her water broke and the baby "just slid out."
The boy's father is 33-year-old Joseph Phillips. He tells The Pioneer of Bemidji that McBride yelled at him to take the wheel, so he steered while she cradled little Joseph Dominick Phillips.
Officials at North Country Regional Hospital say they were stunned to learn the expectant mother was driving.