Impatient baby Hayley entered the world at her new home in Dublin, aided by Dublin Fire Brigade paramedics and firefighters Liam and Craig
A woman’s newborn child was delivered by firefighters and a paramedic in her home as the baby “couldn’t wait for Mum to get to hospital.”
Dublin Fire Brigade shared the news on Twitter that impatient baby Hayley had entered the world, in Ireland’s capital, Dublin Live reported.
Along with the photo of mum smiling at the camera while holding baby Hayley, Dublin Fire Brigade wrote: “Congratulations to Baby Hayley who was in a big rush to arrive and couldn’t wait for Mum to get to hospital.”
Newborn Hayley was delivered by Dublin Fire Brigade paramedics and firefighters Liam and Craig, who assisted Hayley’s mother in her home in Dublin.
Get all the latest news sent to your inbox. Sign up for the free Mirror newsletter
NurPhoto via Getty Images)
Twitter users joined in with the celebration of the new arrival, with one person tweeting, “So lovely congratulations, welcome baby Hayley. Well done Liam and Craig and most of all mum!”
Another wrote, “Great work. You’re so welcome, baby Hayley. Best wishes to Mum.”
The same team helped deliver another impatient child in the Terenure area of the city in June.
Firefighters helped the mother get through labour in her car before paramedics Ollie and Stephen assisted in the delivery in their ambulance.
“[Firefighters and paramedics] assisted in the delivery of a baby boy in a car near Bushy Park,” the service wrote on Twitter.
“Stephen and Ollie helped deliver a baby in their ambulance in Lusk.
“Our control centre crew guided parents before the [arrival] of crews.”
They added: “Mums, babies and crews all doing well!”
The uplifting news saw a slew of well wishes from Twitter users.
“Love seeing good news!” one woman said.
Another person said: “Nothing better than a beautiful new baby. Congratulations to the family on their new arrival, and well done to Stephen and Ollie.”
“What a fab post,” another wrote. “Congrats on all levels!”