On Monday morning, a Fordsville, Kentucky mother ran out of time to get to the hospital to deliver her baby.
Aiden Calloway was born in a quick delivery by anyone's standards.
"My water broke at about 6:30 a.m., and he was born at 6:54 a.m.," Tiffany said.
So quick, in fact, that Tiffany and her husband, Jeremy, never made it to the hospital.
The couple delivered their second child right on the side of the road at a car lot across from Whitesville Elementary.
Tiffany said she's fine and in no pain at all. Baby Aiden was having some trouble breathing and has been put on oxygen. She said he'll be in the hospital for at least a week, but she seemed confident her baby boy will be alright after his lightning fast arrival.
"The nurse back there just told me, 'What did you say his name was? Aiden?' She's like, "I do believe that means fiery..., so that describes how he came about into the world," Tiffany said.
We're told firefighters showed up to help keep everyone calm after Aiden's birth.
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