CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A Montgomery County grandmother wants to reach out to the first responders who delivered her grandchild in an ambulance Tuesday night.
Clarksville Now reported Antoinette Prussia’s took her pregnant daughter, Samantha, to the hospital Monday night because she wasn’t feeling well. Doctors sent her home since she wasn’t dilated yet.
Samantha’s water broke the next evening while Antoinette was on her way to work so an ambulance was called.
EMS workers delivered Samantha’s baby girl just as the ambulance was pulling up to the emergency room.
“I just wanted to tell them (the Emergency Medical Services workers) thank you very much, because if I would have taken her I would have never made it to the hospital, she went that quick,” Antoinette said.
Baby Kaylee Isabell Mae Prussia was born at 7:31 p.m. Tuesday night. She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces. Both mom and baby are said to be happy and healthy.
Antoinette believes the women in the ambulance who helped deliver Kaylee are named Denise, Amber Rose and Sharon. She wants to contact them to thank them for helping her daughter.
“I just want people to know how much these ambulance people do, and what they do,” she said.
Anyone who knows these EMS workers can contact Antoinette Prussia at email@example.com.
*Clarksville Now contributed to this report.