Mother’s Day Surprise: WSP trooper helps deliver baby on highway
A Washington State Patrol trooper helped deliver a baby on the side of a highway on Mother’s Day.
Trooper John Bryant tweeted the Tuesday after, telling the story of Trooper Travis Cunningham and baby Luke.
Say Hello to “Luke” held by his dad Joseph. Trooper Travis Cunningham and Joseph helped deliver Luke on SR 153 MP 15 (S of Twisp) on May 12 at 6:39 am after Luke decided he wasn’t going to wait for the ambulance . Mom (Amy), Dad and Luke are doing great. #YourWSP pic.twitter.com/DM5YT3oVwX
— Trooper John Bryant (@wspd6pio) May 15, 2019
Trooper Bryant said Luke just wouldn’t hold on for the ambulance, so Trooper Cunningham and Luke’s dad, Joseph, delivered him on SR 153, south of Twisp. Luke was born at 6:39 a.m on Mother’s Day, of all days.
Trooper Bryant says Mom, Dad, and Luke are doing great.
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