She Goes Into Labor in Middle of Blizzard — but Ambulance Can’t Make It Down Her Snow-Covered Street. Check Out What Happens Next.

They were two major events no one could postpone — and they happened at the same time.

Mary Greene, a viewer of Philadelphia’s WTXF-TV, told the station her daughter went into labor Saturday amid the blizzard that rocked the east coast.

But apparently the snow was too deep on their street for the ambulance  — so Greene and the mom-to-be had no option but to walk to the ambulance in the storm.

Image source: WXTF-TV
Image source: WXTF-TV

“Okay, my daughter decides to have a baby in the snowstorm,” Greene said as she recorded a cellphone video. “They’re still taking her to the corner to get into the ambulance … my granddaughter picked a perfect time. We’re on our way. I’ll get back to ya’ll after we have the baby.”

Things ended well: Ka’lei Xaria Robinson was born 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, weighing in 7 pounds 2 ounces.

Image source: WXTF-TV
Image source: WXTF-TV

Here’s the report from WXTF:

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