A 10-year-old girl helped her mother deliver a baby boy—a feat that allowed her to live up to her name: miracle.
On October 23, Viola Fair went into labor at home in Jennings, Missouri. He had Miracle call 911.
On the phone with Central County Emergency 911 dispatcher Scott Stronghorner, Miracle listened to instructions on giving birth to her little sister and remained calm the entire time.
Miracle is heard on the call instructing her mother to lie down, assuring her that it is okay.
“he is here!” She says its like her sister is born.
“Is the baby breathing?” Stronghorner asks.
“Yeah, she’s crying right now,” Miracle replies.
“Well, you did a good job,” he said to the girl.
Miracle was the first one to welcome her little sister Jayla into the world.
North County Fire and Rescue said in a Facebook post about the birth, “When baby Jayla arrived, Miracle came over with a towel to wipe her face and encourage her to stop crying and to help keep her warm until paramedics arrived.” Was.”
Fire and rescue crews and EMS were on the scene within minutes and took Fair and Jayla to the hospital.
This week, the Fire and Rescue team honored Miracle for her bravery, awarding her a special certificate and stork pin, which is given to EMS personnel when they deliver babies in the field. He also received a tablet with games and a journal. The cover read: “You Can Change the World, Girl.”
She was reunited with her teammate Stronghorner during the birth of her sister.