Pregnant Firefighter Gives Birth After Rescue

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Pregnant Firefighter Gives Birth After Rescue

In Maryland, a pregnant firefighter was on duty when her water broke. Still, she continued her efforts to help a person trapped in their car after they were involved in a car crash. Within 24 hours of that, her third child had entered the world.

Megan Warfield was involved in a serious car crash after the memorial golf tournament she had hosted in memory of her late father ended. This information was made available through a Facebook post by the Bowleys Quarters Volunteer Fire Rescue and Marine.

Following the crash, Warfield, who is a volunteer firefighter, exited her vehicle and went to assist the person trapped in the other car. Warfield, who was one week from her due date, went into labor immediately following the crash. Still, she ignored the pain of labor and continued to help the victim in the other vehicle.

On Oct. 13, Warfield who appeared on the NBC morning show said that she was still not sure of how she managed to continue helping through the pain, but she assumes she was running on adrenaline.

Not only did Warfield help the other female victim exit her car, but she also helped keep her calm while they waited for more help to come. Warfield climbed through the woman’s car and helped her stay put in place as they weren’t sure of how extensive her injuries were.

As soon as the emergency responders arrived, Warfield went to Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to give birth to her third child, a baby girl. The baby was born healthy.

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