Police officer stops woman in labor for speeding then helps her give birth

Pregnant woman illustration 
By: Hydar Tomar 

A woman in labor who was speeding to the hospital, was pulled over by a police officer, according to press reports.

The Canadian police officer, who stopped the pregnant woman for her alleged speeding, did not issue her a speeding ticket, instead, the kind and understanding police officer helped her give birth, according to press reports.

Police said the driver was in labor and racing to the hospital when the officer stopped her vehicle in Belleville, Ontario, about 4:30 a.m.

With the help of the officer, the woman gave birth to a baby named Dakota, on the side of the road. After the birth, the mother and her newborn baby were transported to the hospital.

Both were later released in good condition.