Two Kokomo, Indiana police officers were presented with a special award for their quick thinking when they helped a woman give birth on the side of the road last month.It happened on April 11 around 2:27 p.m. when the two officers, Samantha Raber and Gabrielle Uhrin, were on a call when a child ran toward them from a van, saying his mother was having a baby inside the vehicle. The officers sprang into action and went to the van where they found a woman in active labor.The officers immediately called for a medic while helping guide her and deliver the baby.Shortly after the baby was delivered, the medics arrived and took the mother and baby to a nearby hospital.The mother and baby are doing fine, police reported.Kokomo Police Chief presented Raber and Uhrin with Exceptional Duty medals for their swift actions that day.

Two Kokomo, Indiana police officers were presented with a special award for their quick thinking when they helped a woman give birth on the side of the road last month.

It happened on April 11 around 2:27 p.m. when the two officers, Samantha Raber and Gabrielle Uhrin, were on a call when a child ran toward them from a van, saying his mother was having a baby inside the vehicle.

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The officers sprang into action and went to the van where they found a woman in active labor.

The officers immediately called for a medic while helping guide her and deliver the baby.

Shortly after the baby was delivered, the medics arrived and took the mother and baby to a nearby hospital.

The mother and baby are doing fine, police reported.

Kokomo Police Chief presented Raber and Uhrin with Exceptional Duty medals for their swift actions that day.

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